Guarantee Effective Repairs That Look Like New - Advantages Of Purchasing OEM Parts For Collision Repair

Posted on: 15 June 2015
When you're involved in an automobile accident, the number of concerns that suddenly pop up can seem overwhelming. Perhaps first on that list is getting your vehicle back in working order, but even that process can present you with a number of choices that you may not feel ready to make. Keeping yourself educated is an important preventative step in being ready to make those choices. Below, you'll find a guide to some of the advantages of purchasing original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts for your vehicle repair.
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3 Tips To Preserve Your Car's New Paint Job

Posted on: 4 June 2015
If you have just had collision repair work done to your vehicle, or if you have just had your car painted so that it looks like new again, then you probably want to keep it looking its best for as long as possible. Luckily, there are things that you can do to help preserve your car's new paint job. Follow these tips, and you might be surprised by just how long your car's paint job will look like new.
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3 Reasons To Use Software In Your Auto Repair Shop

Posted on: 6 May 2015
Auto repair shops have been functioning without the use of computers or software for a long time, but this dynamic is changing. More and more shops are starting to use software programs as a part of their day-to-day operations, and if you haven't yet made this change in your own shop, then you are really missing out on a lot of potential benefits. These are some of the many reasons to implement software in your auto repair shop, even if you are used to doing things the old-fashioned way.
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Two Ways To Save Costs On Sandblasting

Posted on: 27 April 2015
Sandblasting is a great way to remove paint and rust during a restoration project. Unlike chemical strippers which can leave a residue behind, and thus intervene with repainting, sandblasting uses a kinetic process to remove the paint, which means you will have no residue to worry about. While blasting is effective at removing heavy rust and thick paints, you need to have a good set-up in order to make it cost effective.
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