Selling Your Car? 5 Ways To Help It Sell Better

Posted on: 1 July 2015

If you are planning on selling your vehicle, you want to get as much money as you can for it. In order to do this, your vehicle needs to be in tip-top shape – or as close it as possible. Here are a few things that you can do to get the vehicle ready for the road, increase its potential value and likely sell it faster: 1. Inspect Your Tires
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How To Choose The Best Sandblasting Media For Your Situation

Posted on: 25 June 2015

Sandblasting is the process of taking some sort of media, such as sand, grit, or silicone beads, and forcefully propelling them towards a hard surface. Any paint that is on the hard surface will be stripped away as a result of this process. There are many different types of sandblasting media to choose from, and a novice sandblaster might feel overwhelmed at all of the possibilities. In order to make the choice easier, follow these tips.
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Learn How To Remove Small Dents And Add Touch-Up Paint To Your Car's Hood

Posted on: 12 June 2015

If your car's hood has suffered some minor hail damage, you can remove small dents and add touch up paint to repair it. Once you have finished, the previous blemishes will be virtually undetectable. Use The Following Items sponge soapy water water hose rubber mallet wood block hand plunger electric sander course and fine grit sandpaper primer pen touch up paint tack cloth rubbing compound polishing cloth Clean The Hood And Remove The Dents
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Windshield Injuries: Time To Repair Or Replace?

Posted on: 30 April 2015

Windshield damage is an unpleasant reality of owning and operating a vehicle. It's inevitable – if you drive on any road for any amount of time, that critical piece of glass is going to get chipped sooner or later. After a fender-bender or after a rock jumps up and slaps your windshield, your first question is likely, "Can it be repaired, or do I have to pay for a replacement?" Your collision repair or windshield specialist has the final word on this count, but these basic crack characteristics may help you assess the damage.
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