We pride our company workmanship on the quality and longevity of our work.
- Below is a point form itinerary of the typical process of a restoration:
- Asses and strip vehicle using sand, garnet, bead or dustless water blasting
- Epoxy vehicle ready to repair
- Carry our repairs in accordance to job description as each restoration differs
- Block down vehicle with a range of hand tools (no electric or air powered sanders are used after stripping stage of vehicle)
- Coat outer vehicle in a catalyst based polyester system to avoid sink back and provide a solid foundation for your paint work ; this stage requires a minimum 10 days to cure
- Block polyester with long suitable rubber blocks, also using dry sand paper to suit
- 2k hi build primer: 3 even coats. Allow a further 7 to 10 days to let cure
- Once colour is chosen, we begin to wet sand the body ready for paint stage
- Our 2 Pack Glasurit refinishing system allows us to lay an adequate base coat to ensure an even coverage, then a further 3 coats of high quality MS clear coat
- Our paint work is not baked after the spraying process as we let our jobs air dry for better after flow of the clear to avoid solvent entrapment
- Once left 5 to 7 days we block our clear coat flat. If you choose to flow coat, your vehicle will be thoroughly cleaned and a further 3 coats of clear will be applied
- We block back our clear coat to ensure an ultra flat glossy job, using an internationally accredited polishing system. We take a 3 step approach to achieve an astoundingly mirror like finish.