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Auto Body Blog: New Research, Stunning Facts and Industry News

Hi, my name is Ken. I am an avid golfer, a reading lover and an auto body and paint DIY amateur. During the week, I work as a financial consultant, and I love my job. However, I get tired of advising people about maintaining their fortunes, and in the evening, I like to do things that feel more mechanical and even artistic in a way. That's why I decided to write this blog. Here, I am going to post all about auto body news and information. I like to keep up to date on what's new as well as exploring tried-and-true facts about the industry. If you need a repair or are thinking about doing one yourself, I hope these posts help you. Enjoy.

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4 Reasons To Repair Hail Damage On Your Trucks
15 September 2022

Your drivers won't always be able to avoid hail da

Truck Repair Tips
6 April 2022

Truck repairs can be nerve-wracking for most truck

How Difficult Is It to Paint a Car Yourself?
22 November 2021

If you have an older vehicle that may have seen be

Types of Dents Ideal for Paintless Dent Repair
11 August 2021

Auto body technicians are aware that dents vary in

Top Tips When Choosing A Panel Beater
26 February 2021

Panel beaters are professionals that repair dents,

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How to Properly Prepare a Workspace for Spray Painting Your Car

Spray painting your car is not the easiest task to perform on your own, but it's fully possible with the right preparations and technique and can prove to be a very rewarding project in the end. If you're not accustomed to working with spray paint or have no experience in paintwork whatsoever, you should probably leave spray painting your car to a professional. However, if you do want to spray paint your car on your own, you should first make sure you have an appropriate space to paint it in. Read More 

Auto Paint Damage Problems: How to Deal With Dead Bugs

While you may get some measure of satisfaction from watching bugs die as they hit your car, you may be less than happy later if these dead bugs exact their revenge on your car's paint. These bugs may be small, may look insignificant and may be very dead. However, they can come back to haunt you later. Just one dead bug, if left on a car for too long, can damage your pristine paintwork. Read More