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.
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.
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.