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Car Body Paint Bleeding Tips

October 22nd, 2019 Posted by auto body paint, Autobody shop, body shop, car paint, car paint maintenance, Chesapeake Auto Body Paint, chesapeake body shop, Portsmouth Auto Body Paint, portsmouth body shop, Suffolk Auto Body Paint, suffolk body shop No Comment yet

As an autobody shop serving Chesapeake and Portsmouth our goal is generally to get your car, truck, or suv looking good. That usually means things like removing dents, fixing cosmetic damage, and of course restoring car body paint. In the auto body painting realm, there are a number of issues that may need repair on your cars surface. One major issue we will address here is auto body paint bleeding.

A Review Of Autobody Shop Paint Bleeding

If you have not read our article on what auto body paint bleeding is, check it out for a quick review. Bleeding is a cosmetic condition that obscures the top layer of auto paint. It is an eyesore but can be fixed. Whether or not you are a do it yourself auto body repair aficionado, or you just want to be an informed customer, I put some resources here to help you.

Autobody Paint Resources For Bleeding Issues

Here are some links to some comprehensive lists of car or truck paint bleeding issues.

What Is Involved In Repairing Car Paint Bleed?

Here is a link to an article that goes into the steps you need to take to prep and repair your car’s finish. It looks like something a do it yourselfer could do. It is also something your local body shop, like Mack’s, can take care of pretty easily.

Repairing Car Paint Bleed

Car Paint Bleeding Article For The Pro

I saw an article on paint bleeding that is intended for the body shop professional. While technical, it is a good read for anyone curious about this car body shop issue.

Car body paint bleeding article

Bleeding And Blending Car Paint

This article is another technical article on blending different paint together. It seems more technical than just a simple do it yourself auto boy repair task. The link is below.

Auto body paint bleeding article

 

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Auto Body Shop Paint Issues: Bleeding

October 22nd, 2019 Posted by auto body paint, Autobody shop, car paint, car paint maintenance, Chesapeake Auto Body Paint, chesapeake body shop, Portsmouth Auto Body Paint, portsmouth body shop No Comment yet

When someone in a body shop or auto body shop says that your car is bleeding it might not be as good or as bad as you think. On the one hand bleeding is referring to your paint, which means your car is still running and is not a danger to yourself or others. That is good. On the other hand, bleeding means something is wrong with the paint and you have to deal with it or your car’s paint job is going to continue to look terrible. That is not so good.

What Is Auto Body Paint Bleeding?

Bleeding refers to a condition on your auto body paint where the original paint color is showing through a newer top paint color layer. Naturally the combination of both colors together is not going to look very good. The culprit is probably a poor job of removing the old paint. This undoubtedly will require work. Likewise, we have a solution for this problem.

Macks Body Shop Can Stop The Bleeding

Mack’s Body Shop can stop the bleeding. Granted, stopping the “bleeding”, referring to your auto body paint can sound a little dramatic on the surface. Regardless, it is true. We have years of experience restoring car body paint. The key is deciding you do not want to deal with car paint bleeding anymore. Come let us give you a quote. We accept multiple insurance companies.

Our Location: Close to Western Branch, North Suffolk And Chesapeake

We are easy to find right on Portsmouth Boulevard. We are located in Portsmouth but are accessible to Western Branch, North Suffolk, Western Branch And other parts of Chesapeake, Check us out and get your car, suv, or truck back to the original finish. And of course, no bleeding.


 

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