Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 2000 Plymouth Neon with lots of peeling paint. Many cars of this era are affected by "Delaminating Paint" a condition where the top layer of paint fails after years of exposure to outside elements, causing it to peel, flake, fade, crack, etc. Peeling or "Delaminating" paint must be removed in order for our new paint to stick to the car! We sanded down all of the bad factory paint, applied a primer sealer, painted this Neon with our basic enamel paint, and returned it to its owner shiny and new again!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1994 Plymouth Grand Voyager. This Van came to Almost Everything with its original paint in rough shape. Over the years the sun and elements beat up the finish causing it to look dull and faded. In addition to the dull paint, its clear coat had failed. Most of it was peeling off in sheets! We removed all of the peeling, faded paint (without removing the peeling stuff a shiny new paint job would never last!) Once the surfaces were nice and smooth we sealed the van with a primer sealer, and re-painted the exterior with our Enamel + UV protectant paint in its original color!
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1991 Plymouth Voyager. This people hauler came to Almost Everything looking dull and lifeless. Nearly one year ago the owner had the van painted at a different shop, as the pictures will tell you it did not age well and was making the van look older than its age. We had the remedy to this problem with our Enamel + UV Protectant paint package which includes all of the "Basics":
1: A chemical cleaning to remove dirt, wax, and grease.
2: Scuffing of paint surfaces to promote adhesion of new paint.
3: Masking of all windows, lights, and trim pieces.
4: Painting the entire exterior of the vehicle.
5: A final "bake" in our giant oven to cure the new finish.
Paint condition: Peeling or Delaminating Clear Coat
Almost Everything'sCar of the Day is a 1999 Plymouth Voyager that has clear coat peeling off in large patches. This is what happens to most car paint after it has been exposed to the sun for a number of years. It gets a sunburn. Almost Everything reconditioned this delaminating paint plus fixed some dents and repainted the entire van.
Today's Car of the Day is a 1974 Plymouth Duster that came in with dings on the hood, and chips and scratches around the entire car. Almost Everything Autobody repaired the dings and sanded the chips and scratches on the car, and apply primer-sealer. The owner did not like the color on the car and wanted a darker color. He had us paint it a gun metal pearl in single stage paint service. Almost Everything Autobody also sanded the door jambs and under the hood and under the trunk jambs for a complete color change.