Paintwork Correction Question from Andrew Bagguley

Submitted on 10/05/2011

Hi there, I have recently bought a car that appears to have had a lot of respraying done, particularly down the nearside pannels. Whilst it looks like a comprehensive job (in terms of no dints, colour match, no evidence of over spray anywhere) the finish or laquer is poor and doesn't have a glass like finish. I will try and send a photo. Can paint correction achieve a factory finish if this is the case ? Model: Audi A6 Avant

Andrew

It would difficult to tell in a picture, but it may help. My suggestion is to book it in and we will do what we can. If we can't do anything with it, then we don't charge. The lightly hood is that if you want a factory finish, then it may have to be resprayed. However if we can get it pritty good, it could save you a lot of money.

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