It’s always refreshing to get an inside look at a group of businesses that provides all of us the products vital to our success. I hope to see you all at NACE | CARS in Anaheim.
With business harder and harder to come by these days, you really need to find something unique to make you stand out…and make you unforgettable.
We have it a lot better today than our predecessors when it comes to masking and tape options for refinish.
A lot of body shops are still ordering parts via the phone or fax, but electronic parts procurement is slowly but surely gaining ground.
Straightening aluminum can be a challenge. The first step is, do you know what you’re dealing with and what’s required?
More and more damaged plastic parts are being saved from the scrap heap by new technology.
Body shop manager and rugby enthusiast Jessica King has forged a path for women in the auto body industry and made a believer out of customers and employees alike.
These are 10 things that body shops do every day that make no sense in our industry and only serve to make us more inefficient and less profitable.
How do you politely tell the customer to take a hike? Is it even possible to do so?
In a shop, workers are exposed to several different hazards that require the use of a respirator, but the choice of respirator determines the effectiveness of the protection.
If cheaters don’t prosper, how come spam is so popular as a means to scam people out of their hard-earned dollars?
The perfect 100-point collision repair could take a really long time. And while those multiple steps and tasks may be exactly what the car manufacturer recommended, any real-world body shop has to balance the ideal repair with the time allowed.