You've got lots of auto painting options. When your car starts to fade, crack or peel you'll save money and prevent rust by repainting sooner rather than later (and your car will look nice again.) Read about your choices in paint technologies below along with frank discussion of costs, strengths and weaknesses of each. Then check out our Specials for the best deals in California. You can also click for more information about our repair process and insurance claims.
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- Paint Types: Single-Stage vs Base-Clear vs Tri-Stage
- Auto Painting On A Budget
- Caution for Gold, Silver, Champagne and Pearl Colors
- Show Cars & Restorations
- Masking & Disassembly
- Where Not to Skimp–Old Paint Damage
- Primers & Sealers
- Bumper Stickers, Decals, Stripes & Graphics
The Honda in the example above looks like a show car–it's not. It was actually done for a customer with a very modest budget. Our prices start at less than the cost of one car payment. Almost Everything's paint options always include the basics at no additional cost: cleaning the exterior to eliminate dirt & grease, roughing the existing paint surface to promote adhesion, masking of trim, lights and windows and baking the paint.