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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.

Latest Posts

Smash Repair Tips
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Repairing your vehicle after a car crash can be a

4 Reasons To Repair Hail Damage On Your Trucks
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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


Do Cracked Auto Windscreens Shatter?

If your car's windscreen has cracked, you must be wondering if it can shatter. The quick answer is yes. However, various factors are involved and will determine how fast this occurs. Usually, windscreen glass is laminated, which means it has two glass layers, including a thin plastic film that's in between the glass layers. A crack can grow when the glass contracts and expands as a result of temperature fluctuations, when an object strikes the glass, with the presence of dirt on the crack, or if pressure is applied on the glass. Read More 

Which Sand Blasting Medium Should You Choose For Auto Body Prep Work?

Sandblasting, also known as abrasive blasting, refers to the process of cleaning, smoothing or polishing a surface via projectile media that is shot through a specialised machine at high speeds. Not only is sandblasting a great way of eliminating paint but it can also be employed for rust removal too. Nonetheless, since the different mediums have different functionalities, it is advisable to know what will work best with the precise surface work you want to carry out on a vehicle. Read More