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Need Some Dents Repaired? 4 Questions To Ask Your Body Shop

If your car's been damaged in an accident, it will need to spend some time in the body shop. While it's inconvenient, it's better to have the repairs taken care of than to suffer additional damage, such as rust and corrosion. Not only that, but you want your car to be fully-restored after an accident. You don't want to drive around with dings and dents, when you can get them fixed instead. Read More 

3 Reasons To Have Your Damaged Windshield Repaired Today

Have you recently driven through a construction zone and gotten a chip in your windshield? Are you putting off having your windshield replaced because of how much of a hassle it is? Completely replacing a damaged windshield can be an arduous process, sometimes involving your insurance company. If you don't want to deal with that, you may think that you have no other options. However, auto glass repair may be exactly what you're looking for. Read More 

Auto Body Dent Repair - Avoiding Sanding Mistakes To Ensure A Smooth Fix

If you notice several small dents along the exterior body of your vehicle, then you may be tempted to repair the damage yourself. If dents are relatively large, then it is best to work with an experienced auto body repair shop, or you may not retain the right curvature across the repair. However, you can try your hand at fixing smaller dents, which will require you to sand, fill, and paint the damage. Read More 

3 Ways to Extend the Life of Your Forklift

A forklift is a serious investment, costing anywhere between $15,000 and $100,000. If your company is investing in a forklift, you want to ensure that it is a workhorse for your company for years. To get you started, here are three tips to help extend the life of your forklift and potentially avoid costly repairs. Go Paperless  For decades, heavy equipment maintenance consisted essentially of periodically checking off list on a clipboard every few weeks. Read More 

Painting Plastic Auto Parts: Mistakes People Make When Restoring Older Cars

When restoring older cars, you will probably need to consider repainting different parts. While metal paintwork is often a significant part of a restoration project, you will also often need to paint plastic parts, especially on the doors and bumpers. If you need to paint plastic parts, make sure you get the result you want and avoid the following common restoration mistakes. Treating all plastic parts the same Auto manufacturers commonly use two types of plastic for car parts. Read More