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Scratch Removal Perth

Perth Scratch Removal

We can Remove Scratches from your Car - Perth Bumper and Paint Scratch Repair

Scratches and scuffs on bumpers and paint work are unsightly and alarmingly easy to get. You don’t have to cover your car with hard-to-remove bumper stickers to make it look better. 

You can repair scratches by yourself but that will take a lot time and work, that you may prefer to spend elsewhere. Getting a professional Perth Bumper repairer to fix your bumper can be more cost-effective than you may think.

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    Assess the Damage

    Light: Light scratches are almost entirely cosmetic. What this means is that the scratch has no depth meaning it will be removed easily.

    One way to tell how deep a scratch is, can be felt by running your finger nail over it. If it catches, it’s a heavy scratch and will need some more effort to repair.

    Heavy or Deep Scratches

    Heavy: Usually heavy and deep scratches is caused by hitting something with your vehicle. Recessed scratching is accompanied by denting. The paint may be completely removed with a heavy scratch.

    It’s possible to rehab damage like this on your own, however, the damage may be too severe to completely fix the issue. It’s advised that if your bumper is damaged, that you take your bumper to a professional.

    Contact a Professional

    Repairing scratches can definitely be done by yourself, however the end result is likely to not look as good as you are hoping without the right experience.

    Professionals are able to better repair scratch damage achieving a high quality result. Many times they will come to your house and do the work for a very reasonable price. If you have comprehensive car insurance, it may cover the cost of bumper repair.

    Just make sure when looking for a professional, that you get a qualified, experienced and insured individual. Reputable businesses will be more than happy to share their insurance and certification information with you.

    When having your bumper repaired, you’ll usually have three options:

    • repairing the damage yourself;
    • taking it to a professional who will do the repair for you; or
    • having it replaced entirely.

    As we stated before, repairing a bumper yourself can be time-consuming and difficult to do correctly. If you choose this method, make sure you know what needs to be done and how to do it right. Most professionals will use special tools and primers that they’ve found to help the repair process go more smoothly.