Restoring Paint On Old Vehicles

A Guide To Common Auto Glass Terms For Beginners

If you have never had to replace a windshield or window on your vehicle before, you may not be very familiar with all the special terms that are used in the auto glass industry. You may find yourself confused or a little unsure about what these terms mean if you ever have to replace the glass on your vehicle. Here is a guide to some of the most common terms used in the auto glass industry and what they mean: Read More 

How Long Does Auto Body Repair Take?

If severe weather or a reckless driver damages the body of your vehicle, you may want to get it fixed as quickly as possible. However, if you need your vehicle for work or school, you might be hesitant to drop it off at the auto body shop. Luckily, most common body repairs can be completed in a short amount of time. Some of them can even be finished in one day. Read More 

Removal of Auto Emblems to Save on Paint Repair Costs

If you are having some paint repair work done on your car, there are a few things that you can do to reduce the cost of the professional services. One such thing is to remove the emblems on your car prior to taking it in for the paint work. Here, you will learn how to safely and effectively remove those emblems in a manner that will make them easy to replace once the paint has cured. Read More 

Restore Your Car’s Body To Its Original State By Removing Rust And Adding Fresh Primer And Paint

Salt that is used to treat roads can cause rust to form on your car's body. Learn how to remove these spots and add a fresh coat of primer and paint where they once were to restore your car to its original state. Use The Following Items soapy water sponge water hose drop cloth  painter's tape electric sander low and high grit sandpaper tack cloth spray primer touch-up paint buffing cloth rubbing compound Step 1: Wash And Prepare The Rusted Areas Read More 

Emergency Roadside Kit: Five Smart Things You Didn’t Think To Include

A dead battery, a flat tire, an auto collision: you never know when you will get into an accident or suffer from car troubles. Regardless of the situation, you can stay calm and be prepared by having a smartly packed roadside emergency kit in your car. If you already have a kit, double-check to make sure you have everything, and consider adding the following items. If you don't have a kit, make sure you include these five things when you do make one: Read More