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Your Cars Paint And The Defects It can Have

The thickness of the paint you see on your car is measured in microns, 1 micron is equivalent to one thousandth of a millimetre (1/1000mm). It’s comprised of three layers: Primer, Base Colour Coat and Clear Coat. The most common paintwork. The first layer applied to the metal panel of a vehicle is primer. Primer is designed to make the panel uniform so as to allow the paint colour to be evenly applied to it. Primer on modern cars is thinner than it used to be owing to advances in panel stamping technology, meaning the panels are being supplied in better, more even condition. As a result primer thickness these days, while varying according to auto manufactures and individual plant operating processes, is usually between 8 microns and 38 microns.
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Volkswagen Jetta TDi Restored

You may think spending, what some would see as, the vehicles total resale value detailing it and repairing some minor door dings somewhat foolish. Why not take the money, sell the car and apply it towards a new modern one with heated seats, navigation, and a backup camera? Have you ever heard the saying...
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Concours Auto Salon New Year Special

Any time is a good time. The best times however are leading into the winter months and the spring time. Detailing your car leading into the winter months allows the Nano Coating to protect your cars finish during the harsh months of the year while at it's strongest level of protection. The spring time detail allows us to decontaminate the interior of germs and the exterior of road contaminates
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Porsche GT3 Gets RSR Look With Vinyl Graphics

When this Porsche GT3 came to us it wasn't just plane white. It had a tough black and white look. However this was really a 2 dimensional look. A look that has been used on just about every model car on the planet. The GT3 owner really liked the new RSR design