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  • Tricks of the Trade- Paint and Clear Touch Up Tools

    Fixing issues in the body of a car are easy when the body is still in bare metal. It's just metal; cut, replace, repair, weld and it can be made flawless again. Once your vehicle is painted it's not so easy. Whether you just finished the paint job or it's been painted for a while; paint repair is a stressful task! We decided to put together a list of our must-have paint touch up tools/accessories that work well for us.
  • When to Use Each Type of Primer

    When it comes to doing body work, priming, and painting a car it can all be a bit overwhelming to decide on which products to use. There's countless choices just in body filler and primers alone before you even get to choosing color. A good paint job starts with a good base and no project should have subpar primer. We decided to give a quick breakdown of each primer so that you may more easily make your decision when laying the ground work for your paint job.
  • The First 5 Fabrication Tools for Beginners

    With Fabrication and Metal Shaping tools becoming more affordable and more accessible more entry level guys and gals are adding fabrication tools to their home shop. Sure the giant industrial tools all the pros have are great and drool-worthy, but there's some basic tools every one of those pros also have that they still use regardless of the size of their shop or tool collection. We decided to put our top 5 must-have fabrication tools together every beginner should consider when just starting out.
  • Junkyard Survival Kit- What you need at the Scrapyard

    Some of us car-guys and gals were hitting junkyards before we could even drive. If you were lucky enough to be raised around the junkyard and scrapyard you know the ins and outs about what to have in your bag or bucket for your "Junkyard Survival Kit". But if not, you may be in for a rude awakening if you start hitting the yards for parts for your car. I've been religiously hitting junkyards all over the world since I could barely drive. I've learned a lot of tricks along the way and figured I'd pass along some of my go-to items I always have in my bag at the yard.
  • How to bring Faded Plastic Parts Back to Life

    Like everything in this world, trends are seen throughout styling over the years. Whether it's the clothes worn or how they were designing cars, you can usually look at something and tell what era it's from. For many years chrome or heavy metal bumpers were the norm on all cars. These bumpers had no plastic and you could usually polish them up if they ever faded over the years. In the late 1970's-late 90's rubber and plastic found its way onto bumpers more and more until modern times where a bumper is made 90% of plastic. With cars from the late 70's through the 90's now becoming "classic cars" more people are turning to restoring or refreshing them. This means trying to bring back a faded old black plastic bumpers or trim is a major issue on these cars that was never a problem with traditional "old car" restorations.

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