Auto Painting Services Ardmore OK

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E J'S Truck Sales
(580) 657-8611
P O Box 1085
Lone Grove, OK
 
Color Finishes Paint & Bo
(580) 623-2455
P O Box 493
Lone Grove, OK
 
Don Segler Truck Repair
(580) 657-4044
P O Box 1257
Lone Grove, OK
 
Rick Auto Wreck
(580) 657-8500
138 Case Cir
Lone Grove, OK
 
Performance Automotive Machine
(580) 657-4181
53 Kingfisher St
Lone Grove, OK
 
Willy Chilly Auto Repair
(580) 657-3904
166 Cottonwood St
Lone Grove, OK
 
American Dreams Auto Sale
(580) 657-3983
166 Cottonwood St
Lone Grove, OK
 
Chris' Automotive
(580) 233-9277
217 Aster St
Lone Grove, OK
 
Curley's Custom Exhaust & Brakes
(580) 657-4903
15048 US Highway 70
Lone Grove, OK
 
J and H Inc
(580) 657-2299
P O Box 867
Lone Grove, OK
 

How Do I Paint My Car?

Answer:
Having a car with a great job can make all the difference

in the world, both in its value and in how you feel about it. It can be expensive to have a shop repaint your car. But, with the right equipment and some effort on your part, it is possible to get a showroom paint job at home.

You will need to understand the various steps in the process: prep, primer, blocking, final spray and detailing. If you take each step one at a time, you can get this done in a reasonable amount of time.

It may go without saying, but the final result of any paint job will only be as good as the prep work. If you skimp on this step, it doesn’t matter how good the paint and finish job is because the result will be one that looks bad. Make sure to fill in any voids and straighten dents, as well as remove any surface rust. Once the surface is smooth, then apply primer and move onto the painting process. After painting, you can put on pin stripes and other finishing work to set your ride apart. Focus on the prep work, and the rest will come together.

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