Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Almost Everything Autobody's Masking Process

Earlier this month we published a post giving you a look into how we sand and prepare cars for new paint at Almost Everything Auto Body. What was not described in that post is the next step between preparation and the actual painting of the car. Some body shops require the complete dis-assembly of a vehicle before they can apply paint. We agree that it is the best way to paint a car. But it adds labor and cost which isn't helpful for many people and their cars. At our shop, one way of keeping costs down and the flow of cars moving quickly is to "Mask Off" all of the trim and windows instead of completely removing them. This method keeps the overall price of refinishing your car down considerably since we don't have to charge you to remove and install every little trim piece and panel! Ultimately your wallet will thank you, your car will look great and you will get your car back faster!

Mercedes s550 repainted by Almost Everything Autobody

Door Jamb masked off and ready for paint at Almost Everything Autobody

Mercedes Benz getting a color change at Almost Everything Autobody

Door jams are a very intricate item to mask on any car (Almost Everything Autobody)

1 comment:

  1. Great article. I love the walkthrough. I own a dent repair business and am always fascinated by other auto body repair shops.


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