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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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