Entries by Ron Harris

Are You Getting Skin Cancer Driving Your Car?

The sun’s ultraviolet radiation is associated with most cases of skin cancer, which will affect one in five Americans over a lifetime. UV radiation reaches us in the form of shortwave UVB and long-wave UVA rays, but glass blocks only UVB effectively. Although car windshields are partially treated to filter out

Ferrari 488 GTB Protection Package

As you can see the paint was in pretty poor shape considering it was a new Ferrari. So our plan was to repair the finish with a two step process using the latest in buffing machine and pad technology. We removed the swirls and light scratching with a solid heavy polishing step. Then refined the finish with a finishing polish step. This gave the

What You Should Do If Your Car Has Hail Damage

On April 12th one of the worst hail storms in recent history hit San Antonio. Most residences have never experienced an event such as this. It can be difficult to understand the repair process in an event like this. We have prepared a video to help you understand the process leading up to the repairs.

How To Wash Your Car

In this latest video blog Ron and Anthony owners at Concours Auto Salon share a special and unique way to wash your car. The product used is Optimum Polymer Technologies No Rinse Wash And Shine. This unique product is an eco way to wash and protect your paints delicate surface. It’s used all over the world by professionals as well as enthusiasts like you.

New Paintless Dent Repair Video Blog

In this episode we talk about paintless dent repair also known as PDR.

Paintless dent repair is a specialized service that can repair dings and small dents with out the need to bondo or paint the affected area. Special tools are used to slowly bump the metal back into is original position and shape From the backside.

Clear Bra Paint Protection Film Video Blog

In this latest video blog we talk about the benefits of having paint protection installed on the front of your new car.

Clear Bra Paint Protection Film will prevent those ugly chips and stains from rocks and bugs. When installed correctly it’s almost undetectable and will protect for years.

Originally developed for the military during the 60’s to protect the delicate edges of helicopter rotor blades. It has evolved into the automotive market.