Few things are more unsightly on a car than a bad paint job — and bubbling paint is among the worst automotive looks. Bubbles often show up just a few weeks after you get your car painted, which causes instant frustration about the time, energy and money you invested in your car's new appearance.

Unfortunately, you can only fix bubbles by removing the affected paint and covering it with a new coat. But if you're confused and frustrated by your car's rippled appearance, keep reading to see what caused the paint to bubble and how you can avoid paint problems like these in the future.  

Read More


No matter how well you clean and look after your car, it may develop paint problems that are beyond your control. For example, prolonged and regular exposure to the sun — and its UV rays — may affect paint, making your car look less attractive than it should for its age.

Read More


Do you want to repaint your car to give it that appealing look it had when new? Do you intend to sell your car and want to attract buyers fast? Whether you want to fix some minor scratches, change the style or restore the showroom look, a new paint job can do wonders for your vehicle's appearance. That's why you need to make sure that you do it right the first time.

A poorly done paint job can degrade the appearance of your car and cost you even more in the end. For these reasons, you should be aware of the following issues before repainting your vehicle.

Read More


You might think of repainting a car as a job that is only required after a serious problem or accident when the paintwork is severely scraped — but that's not necessarily true. Over time, every car is likely to encounter a little damage to its paint job. You're likely to find small imperfections on your car even if it looks pretty good at first glance.

Read More


If your car has a small amount of damage to its paintwork, you might wonder if you could patch up the problem yourself and avoid the time and costs involved in taking the vehicle to a professional. However, DIY paint jobs come with a number of risks to you and your vehicle. Here are five reasons to have a professional repair damaged paintwork instead of trying to do it yourself.

Read More