How do You Prepare a Larger Car Surface for Touch-up Painting?

The paints used on vehicles look great when they come off the assembly line. However, those looks do not last forever. Rock chips, ice scratches, and other small incisions on a car’s paint lead to increased damage under the surface that causes corrosion over a larger area. When this happens, there are certain steps necessary to return your car to its former look.

Your first task is to check how far the area of corrosion has crept. Bubbles raising your paint is a sure sign of corrosion underneath as gas pockets develop. To assure a great touch up, you must expose this corruption by sanding with 220 grit sandpaper or a wire brush. Remove all rust before beginning your touchup.

At Tony Hyundai Honolulu, our technicians are expert at detecting corrosion creep and will make sure your paint looks like it did when you bought your vehicle.

 

 

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