BUMPER REPAIR SOUTHPORT
Bumper Repairs Southport
Bumper scuff repair in Southport and surrounding areas. Scraped and scuffed bumpers can be repaired in just 2 to 3 hours at your home or workplace (240v electric required).
The damaged area is sanded down and any deeper scrapes are filled with the appropriate filler. The area is then sanded, profiled and primed. After mixing the matching paint colour from the colour code on your car, the area is then sprayed and blended into the existing paintwork. When this basecoat colour is dry it is then sprayed with a clear coat to give it its glossy shine and protection. It is then baked under infra-red heat lamps.
You will find it extremely difficult to detect the repaired area after the repair is completed.
We can repair almost all damage to bumpers, be it on a car, van or motorhome. It’s probably the most common repair we do and we are mobile and convenient, repairing only the local area of the bumper that is damaged. Bumpers are often scuffed in car parks, gateposts and walls. The damage can range from minor scuffing, deeper scratches or even cracks and splits.
Colour Coded and Textured Plastic Bumpers
Most newer cars have colour coded bumpers that match the colour of the cars paint work but the uncoloured, black
or grey textured bumpers and trim can also be repaired to a virtually unnoticeable standard with specialist textured paint to recreate the original texture.
If your car does have colour coded bumpers then rest assured that we can mix the correct colour, on the spot, in the back of the van to match the original body paint colour. We used advanced technology to retrieve the most accurate colour we can.
Plastic Welding of Split and Cracked Bumpers
If your bumper has been cracked or split, we can also repair these with our specialist plastic welding tools. Melting a steel mesh over the crack or split, into the original plastic and using a special universal plastic stick melted into the repair, the repair will become stronger than the original bumper. This is then skimmed over with plastic body filler, primed, painted with the matching paint colour and finally lacquered with high quality UV protecting lacquer to prevent fading of the repair.