Paintless Dent Removal Blog
Want to do something nice for your vehicle? After all, it’s the machine that gets you to work, to visit family and friends, to your kids’ football games, and from Point A to Point B safely and reliably. It deserves a little treat. Luckily, we know just what it wants: paintless dent and ding repair.
No matter how much you baby your vehicle, it’s bound to suffer a dent, ding, scratch, or scuff at some point. A simple trip to the grocery store can put your paint job in harm’s way: runaway shopping carts are enemy number one - closely followed by bad drivers! No matter how your vehicle gets them, it’s important to get dings and dents fixed as soon as possible. This is true even of minor damage. Sure, at first it’s not much more than a blemish, but it can turn into a big (and expensive) problem down the road.
We all know winter driving can be hazardous. There's more than ice and snow out there. To make conditions safer, road workers salt the roads. This helps melt snow and improve traction for your vehicle. It comes with a cost on your car, though.
Many people fall into a certain trap. They think they're saving money by doing a job themselves. They're not paying for experts. There's a do-it-yourself guide that makes it sound easy. Why shouldn't they try it? Yet the result doesn't measure up. The little bit of money they saved doesn't match the amount of value they've just ruined. The DIY job ends up costing more in the end. The same holds true for many budget options, and you should always choose a professional car painting service when it comes to painting your car.
No one wants to drive an old rust bucket around town - but these ominous stains are much more than cosmetic problems. Rust is like a cancer on your vehicle; it slowly and surely eats away at metalwork and, eventually, sends your car or truck to an early grave. It can impact essential systems, such as your brake lines, exhaust, etc., and render it unsafe to drive. Even if it’s not quite at that point, rust certainly impacts your resale or trade-in value - and it will only spread. The point is: rust is bad!