Tips For Repainting After Collision Damage

Posted on: 16 August 2016

If you were in an accident that left some surface damage to your car, you may decide you want to restore it yourself. With the right preparations, you can restore the finish on your car even without investing in a professional spray booth to have the whole car repainted. Here are some things you should keep in mind as you restore your car's paint finish. Clear Off Any Rust When auto body panels are damaged, the creases and dents expose the metal beneath the paint. [Read More]

Remove a Small Scuff Mark and Dent from Your Car Door's Surface

Posted on: 16 August 2016

A small scuff mark and dent in your car door's surface that occurred when you hit the side of a building can be repaired by completing the following instructions. Once you have removed signs of damage, touch up paint if there are any spots that are chipped and apply a coat of clear, rubbing compound to blend the fresh paint with the rest of the paint on the vehicle's body. [Read More]

4 Tips For Maintaining Your Car's Auto Paint Job

Posted on: 9 August 2016

If you have recently had your car painted either because you were in an accident that caused major exterior body damage or you simply wanted to change the color of your vehicle, you will want to know what you can do to maintain that paint job. Repainting a vehicle isn't cheap, which is why it's important to know what steps you can take to keep it appearing at its best. Here are four tips to consider: [Read More]

2 Signs Your Carburetor Is In Need Of Work

Posted on: 3 August 2016

Almost all cars manufactured through the late 1980s used carburetors as their primary method of fuel delivery. In other words, many people still own automobiles with carburetors--carburetors that often begin to experience age-related problems. If your car contains a carburetor and you would like to learn more about identifying potential problems, read on. This article will discuss two signs that your carburetor may be experiencing problems. The engine experiences hard starting when cold. [Read More]