Vehicles are fully disassembled. Door handles, mirrors, trim, glass, etc are removed from the vehicle to properly prepare the surfaces to receive its coating.
Vehicle is thoroughly cleaned to remove contaminants. Then existing finish is inspected for dents and to determine whether it is suitable to refinish over, or if panels need to be stripped to their bare substrate.
Body work will then be performed (if necessary) and primed.
Panels are sanded with 400 – 800 grit sand papers, then cleaned and moved into the spray booth where it is masked to prevent paint over spray from getting on unwanted parts of the vehicle.
One last time before painting the vehicle will we wiped down with a final wipe to insure contaminates have been removed.
Before color is applied, test panels are sprayed to verify color and to see if any color adjustments need to be made to the paint formula.
Now the moment we all have been waiting for, Its time to paint the vehicle.
Wet Sand & Polish
Wet sanding and polishing follow the painting process to bring that glossy finish to the next level.
Lastly, assembly for delivery