A look at my past production numbers as a painter revealed why I didn’t leave as much money on the table as some shops: supplements.
I own a body shop, and we recently received a car with damage on the paint. The best way I can describe it is that it looks like crow’s feet. How do I fix this?
There is a lot that goes into making an “invisible repair” from the refinish side. Here are some procedures to get you off to a good start.
I like to have the body guy fit the new door and then remove it for paint. But he’s whining about having to put the door on twice. Who’s right?