Auto Painting Services Bolivar MO

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Advanced Auto Body Frame & Glass
(417) 326-8694, 001-2004
834 West Broadway Street
Bolivar, MO
Blue Seal Certified
Membership Organizations
National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)

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Sho-ME Muffler and Brake Service
(417) 326-2451
1114 W Broadway St
Bolivar, MO
College Street Car Sales Inc
(417) 866-1941
P O Box 798
Bolivar, MO
DK Automotive
(417) 777-9042
1271 E 460th Rd
Bolivar, MO
Affordable Towing
(417) 777-6466
4750 Scenic Ave
Bolivar, MO
Bolivar Sign & Graphic
(417) 777-7446
327 E Olive St
Bolivar, MO
Auto Body

John Repper
(417) 326-5586
4147 Highway 83
Bolivar, MO
Dj's Autos & Rv's
(417) 777-5500
1449 E Mt Gilead Rd
Bolivar, MO
M & M Schoolhouse Auto
(417) 777-7683
4708 S 128th Rd
Bolivar, MO
Bill Roberts Chevrolet
(417) 326-5255
301 W Broadway St
Bolivar, MO
Air Conditioning Repair, Brakes, Electrical Service, Emission Testing, Engine Repair, Exhaust Repair, Front End Repair, General Automotive Repair, Inspection & Diagnostic, Lubrication Service, Maintenance, Paint & Body Work, Tires/Wheels, Transmission, Upholstery, Wheel Alignment
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How Do I Paint My Car?

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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