When the damaged area is cleaned, the technician fills the crack or hole with a filler and reconstructs the structure. When the filler is hardened, the surface is polished to recreate a smooth and even finish. This process is repeated until the damage is reconstructed. Dashboards or door panels have a unique surface structure that our technicians can restore. By using a silicone-like substance, the surface can be copied and recreated on the damaged area. When the surface is restored, the final step is to apply the matching color and structure spray. Thereby, the area feels and appears as close to the original condition as possible.
Interior and exterior damages, such as scratches in the paint, hole in the leather seats, and dirty and discolored carpets, has a negative effect on the value of a car.
If you want to sell your car, buy a preowned, or return your leased car, a cosmetic car inspection can be a good investment, and if you make a booking on the basis of a cosmetic inspection, the inspection is free of charge.
Our technicians examine your car and prepare a fixed-priced offer on possible repairs that can help increase the resale price, improve the condition of the pre-owned car, or avoid unpleasant bills when returning from leasing.