Accident Pros provides high-quality paintwork and restoration at affordable prices. Our paint work and restoration work has to be seen to be believed. Most people are amazed at how we can take even the most faded dull or scratched paintwork and make it look like new. We take pride in not cutting corners and removing everything not just masking over parts but to ensure the paint gets applied to all hidden areas of the vehicle to prevent peeling in the future. At Accident Pros, we stand by all our paint jobs with a written lifetime warranty. We do all makes and models and have a quick turn around time. from your daily driver car to complete custom paint you can rest assured you’re in great hands with Accident Pros
When cars have not been waxed, paintwork is attacked by the environment and becomes dull. With certain colors, the paintwork will fade. This is worst with red, brown, and yellow cars. The thing about this kind of damage is that it is often only on the surface. The damage may have only penetrated the top 5-10% of your paintwork, and so by removing a few microns, we can remove all the scratched or dull paint to reveal the good stuff underneath.
The graphic left shows a close-up cross section of ‘Clear over Base’ type paintwork which is found on most modern cars. As long as the damage doesn’t reach the base coat, we can polish out the scratches and acid etching.
On slightly older cars where there is no clear coat, the base coat is much much thicker, and as long as the damage is not through to the undercoat, enough top coat can be removed to rid it of faded, scratched of dull paintwork.
These graphics are very simplified, and in reality, if you were to look at your paintwork at this scale you would see that it is full of microscopic holes, and the surface would be rough and pitted where the paint spray had splattered into place during application at the factory.
The manufacturer doesn’t polish your car before applying wax and selling it to you. So after buffing and polishing, this painted surface is left smoother than the original finish, meaning that your car is even shinier than when brand new. We can take a 10-year-old car and make it look better than the day you bought it! The method of paint restoration we use depends very much on the
damage. The deeper the damage, the further down we have to go. With slight oxidization of the paintwork, using a cutting wax or polish applied with an oscillating random orbital polisher will work fine. But with deep scratches, it may be necessary to ‘wet sand’ before polishing with a high-speed buffer. In between these two extremes are an infinite number of methods of buffing using combinations of different abrasive compounds and polishes, buffing mops, used both wet and dry at different speeds.