Paintwork Correction Question from Luke Davidson

Submitted on 30/03/2012

Hello, My question relates to a paintwork/cleaning issue with my wife's car. Recently the neighbours have had building work done and the car got covered in a film of cement dust. My wife didn't notice for a couple of days and by then the cement had reacted with dew/moisture and turned the paintwork from polished to a matt lightly sandblasted look. The car has since been cleaned with a jet wash at a hand car wash, but still the paint work and windscreen has this fine layer that doesn't want to come off. The colour of the car is a silver. I would be grateful if you could advise me how to restore the car back to its polished condition and I would be interessted in a quote from yourselves. I am based 5 mins from your location. Regards Luke Model: Vauxhall Astra 2007 Club Lightening Blue

Luke

Cement and concrete removal Thats what we do I would suggest that you call in with it for us to have a look. Here's a link to our new website.

New Again logo

Can We Help You?

"We can offer specialist advice on the best car service to suit your requirements"

When bringing your car to New Again, we often ask you to explain exactly the reason for having your car Protected, Valeted or Repaired. Once we understand exactly what it is you are trying to achieve, we will appraise your vehicle using our detailed appraisal check-sheet allowing us to identify areas of concern and tailor specific services that match your requirements and budget.

If you are not sure what service you need and would like to speak to one of our technicians, simply request a callback by filling in the form on our contact page.