- Nov 13, 2013
- Reaction score
- Malvern England
There lies the problem - when you get up close to the car like when you're polishing it, you start to see all the "issues" - you then can't let it lie until you've sorted them all out. I'm making a list of all the paint issues and then I'll take it to a spray shop (for some reason there are loads and loads around here) and get some thoughts from experts.
A tip for you. Just before you take it to the sprayers for a quote get a roll of masking tape. Rip off small chunks of it and stick the round the car where you want work doing. I will 100% guarantee if you don't do that after you get back from the sprayer you will be saying "darn (or words to that effect) I did not mention that chip or that scratch I want him to do.) My car looked like it had a very bad shaving day when I finished. But give my sprayer his due he did every nick and scratch I pointed out. In some cases it was just a simple dab of paint but it has stopped the damage from getting worse etc. It literally takes him seconds but the overall effect of his work is much better. Your car too deserves nothing less after the care you have shown on it.