Car Body Repair Process

Car Body Repair Process

Having damage to your bumper can be annoying. It could be scratched, gauged from impact damage or the plastic being cracked from a heavier impact damage, which can look untidy and also de-values your car.

Why Choose Us?

The good news is that a bumper repair won't cost as much as you might imagine. The majority of bumper scuffs, scratches, dents and cracks can be repaired with a modern technique known as smart repair (small to medium area repair technique).

Repairing your car damage at your convenience without having to lose your car for days in a Body shop. Instead this can be repaired at your home using our same day service, Not only do you get a professional repair but also will save money on expensive body shop costs.

The Repair Process in Simple Stages

Whether you have one area which requires a repair or many areas, these can be repaired at your convenience without having to leave your home or be without your vehicle. The colour is matched accurately by locating your vehicles individual paint code, which is then entered into our colour database. It is then mixed and a test card or "spray out card" is produced to check that the colour is a 100% match before starting the repair.

Your vehicle is then prepared for the repair to be carried out. We cover the vehicle with a protective sheet to protect the other panels from dust and contamination. A further sheet is then put on the area under your car to protect the area from any mess or dust.

The Damaged area is then sanded down by going through multiple graded paper to remove all of the damage. The area to be painted will be treated using abrasive paper and dust will be removed by using an air tool. We then ensure that the panel will be decontaminated from waxes, oil and dust.

We then prepare the damaged area for painting, ensuring that the areas not being painted will be masked off and covered adequately. The damaged area will then be primed, re sanded and de contaminated again before the base coat is applied, which is then dried. Any dust remaining will be removed before the final lacquer coat is applied.

The repaired area is dried by infrared shortwave lamps, allowed to cool before the lacquer is applied and then sanded to remove any imperfections. Finally, the area is then machine polished and waxed.

Please contact us today for more information and to arrange for a FREE no obligation quote.