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3 Signs That Your Car Is A Good Candidate For Paintless Dent Repair

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If you have been looking into having a dent repaired on your car, you might have heard about paintless dent repair. As the name suggests, this is an option for repairing dented vehicles without the need for repainting, which can significantly reduce the cost of having the work done and can speed up the process. Plus, it’s a lot more convenient, since you don’t have to go without your car for days at a time.…

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3 Tips For Waxing Your Car

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Waxing your car is not just for appearances, but it can actually provide a protective layer on top of your car. This helps to protect it from sun damage, reduces how badly you get body damage from hail and ice, and can limit the fading of the paint job. Here are some tips to follow if you want to wax your own car. Wash the Car Thoroughly Before waxing your car, the surface needs to be washed.…

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Car Wrap FAQ

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If you are interested in reselling your car in the future, you have to be careful what changes you make to it. Some customizations can add value, while others can take away from it. One way you can safely customize your car without impacting the resale value is to have a car wrap installed. Before opting for a car wrap, here is what you need to know about it.  What Is a Car Wrap?…

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Vinyl And Fabric Convertible Top Care Tips

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Getting the most out of your vinyl or fabric convertible top begins with your commitment to care. Proper care of the top will keep it in better condition, for a longer period of time. Fortunately, this isn’t a hard task to complete. Here are just a handful of the measures you want to take to keep your convertible top in better condition. Monitor Water Repellent Just before the convertible top is installed on your vehicle, it’s treated with chemicals to make it water-repellent.…

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How To Patch Your Bumper Like An Auto Body Pro

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Small holes in your bumper are annoying. Not only do they look bad, but they can weaken your bumper and lead to further deterioration if they are not taken care of. This is why even the smallest holes in your bumper should be patched as soon as you notice them. If you have the right tools, you can learn to patch fiberglass bumpers quite easily. This article explains what you need to get the job done and how to do it with ease.…

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4 Maintenance Tasks That Will Help Improve Your Car's Fuel Economy

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If your wallet is hurting when you hit the gas pump, you may want to consider ways to make your car as fuel efficient as possible. This can include simple maintenance like checking the tire pressure and cleaning the fuel injectors. Changing the old and checking fluids regularly can also help to ensure your car gets the best mileage possible. Here are some maintenance tips to help ensure your car is as fuel efficient as possible:…

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What To Consider Before Painting Your Car

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If you are thinking about having your car painted, there are some things to consider first. Painting your own car can take a lot of work, while having it done professionally isn’t a cheap thing to have done. Here are some things to consider before painting your vehicle. Are you sure it is worth painting? While painting a car can improve its outer appearance, it isn’t always worth the time and money spent on it.…

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