Once you have dropped your car off with us, we follow our standard paint repair process, detailed below:
Clean off damaged panels, and adjacent panels using a solvent degreaser.
For dents, take the affected area back to clean metal and feather out any paint edges. For scratches, again feather out paint around the scratch.
Using specialist sandpaper, prep panels around the repair. Next, mask for primer and apply this to the repair.
Using specialist sandpaper, prep primer, blow and clean down panel. Next, mask any trims or parts around the panel which do not need to be painted.
Once the car is fully masked and the colour has been matched via colour chips/spray out card/spectrometer, the paint is then applied by our skilled technicians.
Once painted the paint is then polished with a 3-stage machine polisher, bringing the paintwork back to its former glory.
Our eco-friendly high-tech spray booth includes a full service water based paint mixing room which enables us to guarantee accurate colour matching to manufacturers specification while avoiding use of toxic chemicals harmful to the environment
The automotive industry is evolving at an exponential rate as its demonstrated by the use of innovative sustainable materials used in manufacturing vehicles today such as aluminium and titanium alloys. Our long running expertise in the industry has encouraged us to re-thinking the efficient of our processes on a job by job basis, enabling use to employ environmentally friendly methods to deliver outstanding results.
Paintless dent repair (PDR), also known as paintless dent removal, describes a method of removing minor dents from the body of a motor vehicle. A wide range of damage can be repaired using Paintless Dent Repair as long as the paint surface is intact. Paintless Dent Repair (PDR) may be used on both aluminum and steel panels.
A Paintless Dent Repair, requires no fillers and no sanding Priming or painting. It is an inexpensive method of repairing minor dents.