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.

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Now that your car is shiny and beautiful again following the smash-up, you'll want to keep it that way. Whilst your auto body shop has done the most difficult parts of the job, it's up to you to do the aftercare properly. Here's what you need to know about looking after your car when it has just been repainted.

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Custom paint jobs are a costly investment that require a level of maintenance that traditional paint jobs may not need. Unfortunately, some car owners who order custom paint jobs aren't informed of the maintenance that should be considered. If you are considering a custom paint work for your new car, here are four ways that you can help maintain that custom job for longer.

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When you think of vehicle paintwork that urgently needs to be repaired, there's a good chance you picture something quite severe, perhaps accompanied by extensive body damage. This sort of problem is what will have most people rushing to get their car restored, while minor paint damage like scratches or peeling is often ignored.

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Many people make a side income from buying wrecked and out-of-commission cars. The idea is to flip them by paying a low cost for the damaged vehicle, having it repaired, and then selling it for a higher cost to make a profit.

If you are considering flipping cars as a side income, you may find your first purchase to be a car that has smash damage. If this is the case, here are four things to consider about the damage and the repairs it may need before you use it as a flip option.

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