|Posted on 10 March, 2013 at 7:55||comments (2)|
|Posted on 9 March, 2013 at 2:18||comments (0)|
This is a repair carried out for a customer in Seaford, East Sussex. This rear wheel arch had a significant dent, and the adjacent bumper had suffered a scuff. We were able to repair the damage and refinish the affected area, matching the original paint, and blending into the factory finish for a seamless, invisible repair, at a cost considerably less than the customer's insurance excess.
|Posted on 20 December, 2012 at 1:46||comments (0)|
From time to time we are asked to rectify a customer's DIY repair, which we are more than happy to do. Here we have one such example. A lady in Worthing, West Sussex asked a friend to repair the lower front bumper on her Honda Jazz, and here is the result:
A valiant effort, but clearly visible. Our technician completely removed the old repair, which revealed a split in the plastic which needed to be properly bonded before continuing. The Chip Magic paint finish turned out to be an exact match for the factory colour as can be seen here:
|Posted on 9 October, 2012 at 1:12||comments (0)|
|Posted on 9 October, 2012 at 0:59||comments (0)|
We were asked to repair some relatively small damage caused by contact with a wall on the rear bumper of a new Ford KA. The car was finished in one of the new pearlescent colours called Scuba. We were able to repair the damage and match the factory finish for a top quality repair. Here is the result.
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