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  • How To Patch Fiberglass Holes

    Most cars have several components on the auto body that are made out of fiberglass. This is beneficial to car owners because fiberglass is a relatively easy product to repair. You can buy a simple fiberglass repair kit at most home improvement or auto body stores. These simple kits include everything you need to fix small holes, dents and dings in a fiberglass auto surface. This article explains how to use a kit to make a professional looking patch. [Read More]

  • Tips For Using Sodium Bicarbonate To Strip The Paint From Those Auto Body Panels

    When you need to strip paint from a large body panel or an entire car, you might decide that sandblasting is your best choice. It's efficient, effective and affordable. In fact, if you want something gentle to strip the paint, you should consider using sodium bicarbonate as your blasting material. It's a gentle powder instead of granules like many other materials. What Exactly Is Sodium Bicarbonate? Sodium bicarbonate is a common household product that is more widely referred to as baking soda. [Read More]

  • Auto Body Damage: Why Does It Matter?

    A few dents or lopsided objects on a car may not seem like a big deal. While many people care about the appearance of their car, some people would rather put their repair money into something else. To these people, appearance-marring damage points may seem like minor inconveniences, but there are consequences to leaving the damage alone. Before you ignore your collision-caused problems, consider a few consequences that could become more expensive. [Read More]

  • 3 Ways To Remove A Dent Yourself

    Do you have a small dent in one of your car panels? Would you like to remove it without further damaging your car or spending a fortune? You may be able to remove it yourself with just a few household items. Often, small dents can pop back into shape with a combination of heat and cold.  You can create that dramatic change in temperature with some items from around your house or with items readily found at your local hardware store. [Read More]