How To Patch And Restore A Car Body

Posted on: 20 October 2015

Restoring an old or classic car is a great weekend project. The hardest part is usually fixing the dings to match the original contours of the car. If you have the right tools and little bit of basic instruction, you can learn how to patch like a pro. These skills will be invaluable if you have plans to restore an entire car or just a few small dings. This article explains how patch dings, dents, holes and scratches in your car surface.
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Get Rid Of Undercarriage Rust On Your Truck

Posted on: 17 October 2015

If you have spotted rust on the undercarriage of your truck, you need to act as soon as possible. Rust can easily spread and destroy the metal undercarriage of your truck. However, with a little knowledge about how to jack up a truck, a few simple supplies and a little time, you can prevent this from happening to your vehicle. Set Up The Truck First, you need to park your truck on a solid, flat surface.
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3 Things To Look For When Getting Your Car Repaired After A Car Collision

Posted on: 12 October 2015

After getting into a car collision, it is important to take some time to survey the damage and get an appraisal. An appraisal will help you when getting your insurance company to cover the costs of your damage. Technicians that are well-trained will be able to address all the damage caused by your car collision even the small ones. However, it is also up to you to catch any mistakes or faults after the repair process is done.
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How To Fix Paint Chips Like A Pro

Posted on: 9 October 2015

Paint chips are an inevitable part of driving on freeways, especially near construction. Of course, there is nothing you can do about a paint chip except fix it as soon as possible. Many people choose to ignore small paint chips at first, because they are so small and hard to even see. However, if you wait too long, the chip can grow and rust can even start to form underneath the paint.
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