Auto body paint isn't just applied to make your car shine. It is done to safeguard your automobile and make it durable. It assists in preventing it from rusting and retaining its resale value. This helps your car from depreciation due to its appearance and prevents some future repair costs.
Protecting the auto body components: The paint applied on the body of your car acts like a shield. The two (or three) stages(s) protects vehicles panels from rusting (metal) or chipping (plastic.) Proper adhesion materials are very important prior to painting the panel, to ensure the paint will stick.
Preventing rust: Never assume minor scratches and dents on your car won't get worse. The area may be rusting from the backside of the panel out to the side we can see. This type of rust will spread and the more it goes untreated, the worse it gets. Surface rust is lighter and on the outside of a metal panel. Surface rust can be touched up with paint to prevent the rust from spreading. Give us a call and we will discuss the repair options for the scratches or rust.
Holding your vehicle value: Even if your car has some wear and tear, it doesn't compare to a car that has scratches and more. Keeping your vehicle free of dents, scratches and rust is very valuable when trading or selling a vehicle.
For all your Body Paint Shop needs, contact us at Wades Auto Collision!
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