Everything you need to know about Paint Repairs
Car paint repair is a major part of automotive smash repairs. Scuffs and scratches are the most common types of paint damage but fortunately, they can also be some of the easiest smash repairs. The cost of car paint repair depends on the size and location of the car paint damage. In some cases, polishing and
are all you need to get your vehicle looking new again. Larger damage, especially when there's rust or long deep scratches, can be more expensive because entire panels and parts need to be removed and repainted or resprayed.
The colour and type of paint on your car makes a big difference to the smash repair process. Standard colours and standard paints, are common enough to source that a panel beater can simply paint the localised area of the car where the damage has occurred. This small scale smash repair and painting is known as a S.M.A.R.T repairs. If your car colour is metallic or for example a three-layer pearl then more coats of paint are required. Additional paint repair may also be needed to match the paint repaired panel to the surrounding panels, this is called paint blending. If paint blending is required it can mean a simple small scratch repair can require a large amount of work and cost in order to return the car back to its perfect factory condition.
DingGo smash repair experts are here to help you save money and time figuring what’s the best paint repair for you. Our trusted network of panel beaters assess what type of painting is required and where possible will try and reducing the overall cost by using S.M.A.R.T repairs to do a localised paint repair so you can avoid a total panel paint respray. Our panel beaters are artists when it comes to matching your cars paint colours. Looking for Paint Repair? Use the quick quote service on DingGo.com.au to get obligation free quotes from our network of highly reviewed panel beaters.