Audi A5 Paintless Dent Repair & Paint Correction Bendigo
Today I really enjoyed myself working on Customer (Matt) Audi A5. The car is in pretty good condition for 109 000 KM, but had some wear and tear as expected from a vehicle with that sort of mileage.
Started off by repairing a particularly nasty dent in the rear quarter using PDR (paintless dent removal ) techniques. The next step was a 4 stage paint correction ending with a lick of the awesome ToughSeal paint protection product.
The result is a shinier than new finish, and a very happy customer.
I always get a kick out of seeing a cutomers reactiovn when I return their cars – in Matt’s it was “Thats Not My Car !!”
Hyundai i30 ToughSeal Paint and Interior Protection Bendigo
We had a very happy customer with this job, not only did he get a world class product and finish professionally applied to his Hyundai i30, but he also saved over $1000-00 on the quote he got from the car dealership. The toughseal paint protection product is world class without the hefty price tag.
Never have to polish your car again, and enjoy the easy cleaning and head turning shine.
A recent job was restoring this classic Holden Monaro back to (better than) new shine. We started off by repairing some small dents using PDR (Paintless Dent Repair) techniques, then we repaired a number of small chips and scratches – followed by a paint correction.
To finish off, we applied ToughSeal paint protection which really brought out the shine !
The owner who is a returning customer, who recognises the benefits of having his vehicles protected with the world class Toughseal treatment, and loves the fact that his cars stay looking good, and are much easier to keep clean.
Subaru Paint Correction and Toughseal Paint Protection Bendigo
Today we performed a bit of a “makeover” on a 7 year old Subaru XV. The car was in reasonable condition, but being a dark colour it showed every scratch, chip and dent.
We started off by repairing the little shopping trolley type dents in the door using PDR (paintless dent repair) techniques, then moved on to correcting the paint, and removing all the scratches, and repairing the chips and larger scratches that could not be buffed out.