As techniques and materials have improved with automotive paints, it can now be much easier to get a paint job that does a much better job of withstanding the harsh Australian weather conditions than traditional paint jobs. A lot of people don't realise the innovations in automotive paint work, so I thought it would be useful to start a blog that describes different weatherproofing options that suit different climates and styles of driving, as well as consumer budgets! I try to keep all of the articles useful and accessible to all car owners no matter how confident you are with cars and specialist paint terms.
In the past, performing dent repair on a car meant removing the old paint and using filler material as part of the auto body work process. These days, however, car owners can fix dents without paint removal, as long as the exterior paint finish remained intact after impact. This new repair process is called paintless dent repair.
There are many different ways to fix dents on a car without ruining the vehicle's exterior paint finish first. [Read More]
There are some mistakes which, if you make them, can cause major damage to the body of your vehicle. Continue reading to learn what these mistakes are.
1. Waiting too long to have chips fixed by an auto body repair person
The paintwork on a car can chip quite easily. This type of damage can occur if, for example, another motorist who has parked next to your car hits it when opening their door, or if you accidentally reverse into a solid surface (like a wall or a garage door). [Read More]