Chipped Paint? No Problem

Posted on: 23 December 2015

Do not allow a fender bender to ruin your day because your automobile has a few spots that are missing paint as a result of the accident. Learn how to repair the damaged areas with some basic materials by following the instructions listed below. Once you are finished, your vehicle's appearance will be restored to its former one and your worries will be eliminated. Supplies Needed automotive detergent water hose bucket stiff-bristled scrub brush electric sander sandpaper (different grits) touch up primer pen automotive touch up paint buffing pad automotive compound lint-free cloth Clean The Damaged Spots And Remove Loose Paint
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Four Tips To Restoring An RV For Many More Miles And Road Trips

Posted on: 4 December 2015

If you like living on the road and enjoying time traveling, an old RV can be rewarding. There are many old RVs that you can buy for next to nothing and do the restoration yourself. You may want to completely gut an RV and restore it with modern features and design. Here are some tips to help you if you are restoring and RV for your next road trip: 1. Start With A Plan Of Things You Want To Do And Need To Do
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Damaged Car Door: Different Methods For Dealing With The Problem

Posted on: 20 October 2015

When your car door is damaged, you should know the different methods for handling the issue. By having this information, you can determine which repair method works best for your situation. Self-Repair Options For minor dents, you may have the ability to repair it yourself. When it comes to self-repair options, you need to be aware of how each one works. The first option is to purchase a dent removal tool that helps you pop out the dent.
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Selling Your Car? 5 Ways To Help It Sell Better

Posted on: 1 July 2015

If you are planning on selling your vehicle, you want to get as much money as you can for it. In order to do this, your vehicle needs to be in tip-top shape – or as close it as possible. Here are a few things that you can do to get the vehicle ready for the road, increase its potential value and likely sell it faster: 1. Inspect Your Tires
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