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Car-mageddon – Will small businesses in the refinish industry be terminated by technology? Imagine if everyone could get around easily and safely, without tired, drunk or distracted drivers. Last year 1209 people died on Australian roads. The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration U.S.A) cites that approximately 94 percent of accidents are caused by human error. Now imagine a time where cars don’t crash, sounds amazing! With the increasing developments in driverless
Welcome to 2018… If you’ve been enjoying a nice sleep-in after the millennium bug hit you’re probably going to wake up to a rude shock on the changes happening in the auto refinish industry, but also the greater automotive industry as a whole. It’s no surprise that we’re undergoing the biggest shift globally with the recent injection of market interrupters like Tesla, Uber and other robotic formats offering companies solutions that pose a nasty threat to the future
Everyone gets attracted to good-looking things, and cars are not an exception. Your daily vehicle use means encountering different issues which can damage car paint. While the dings and scratches the vehicle is exposed to are inescapable, there is a way to avoid damaging the paint.  The best thing is to identify the elements that can ruin the paint because the outside of your car has more adversaries than wandering shopping pushcarts. Check the following items that can destroy your car&rsq
6 Simple Tips For Removing Paint Scuffs From Your Vehicle Getting paint scuffs on your vehicle is an unavoidable occurrence and can send anyone into a frustration spiral. One day, you parked your car, and upon your return, you witness scuffs from another car’s bumper bar - annoying! Some scuffs are simply little scratches marks that are raised above the paint and are left there by another object. The intensity of the scuff marks depends upon the level of bump your vehicle got from anothe
01/05/2017 1:06:47 PM By Sam Morgan Tips, Tricks & Advice,
If you’re re-colouring and refinishing your vehicle, once your work with the spray paint gun is complete and your clear coat applied, you might want to add a stunning mirror like gleam to your surface. The cut and polish procedure, also known as colour sanding and buffing, is the key to polishing up your paint work and imparting that show-stopping finish to it.Read More
07/02/2017 5:51:11 PM By Admin Tips, Tricks & Advice,
Taking a spray gun to your car is one of the coolest and most satisfying ways to revamp your vehicle and impress your mates. Many car enthusiasts will be itching to get cracking on their re-finish, but before you throw yourself into it, it’s important to be prepared and informed. Mis-use or misapplication of car paint can be inconvenient and costly!Read More
01/02/2017 8:52:33 PM By Admin Tips, Tricks & Advice,
Just as important as knowing how to use a spray gun is knowing how to prep your surface beforehand. Before using a gravity feed spray gun or any other type of spray gun on your vehicle or panel, you need to ensure that the surface you’re working with is as clean and smooth as it can be. This is where prep work comes in. It’s a vital stage of auto refinishing.Read More
01/01/2017 8:35:57 PM By Admin Tips, Tricks & Advice,
Using a spray gun to get that smooth, glossy finish on a vehicle is really satisfying. You want an even, gleaming, polished look for your surface, with no ‘tiger stripes’ (paint passes that stack unevenly creating a striped look) or ‘orange peel’ (a surface with a mottled texture, usually caused by the incorrect level of paint atomisation coming through your paint spray gun). You also want to avoid dense paint that gathers at panel or style line edges.Read More
01/12/2016 5:17:21 PM By Admin Tips, Tricks & Advice,
Checkout this video from Formula 1 about their Carnauba WaxRead More
01/12/2015 12:23:00 PM By Auto Repairs Direct Formula 1, Product Information,
Faded, yellowed or cloudy headlights are unsafe, costly to replace and may reduce your night time visibility by as much as 50%. Now you can achieve like new clarity and increased visibility without replacing your headlights!Read More
01/12/2015 12:20:13 PM By Auto Repairs Direct headlights, armorcoat, Product Information, Tips, Tricks & Advice,
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