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What Is Dry Ice Cleaning

What Is Dry Ice Cleaning

Dry ice cleaning is something quite new in the industry. This means that it's getting talked about more and more, but what does it exactly mean? If you continue reading, you will find out what this procedure is, how it's done, and a few benefits it offers in comparison to similar alternatives. What Is Dry Ice Cleaning?     Dry ice cleaning is a procedure where the undercarriage of the vehicle can be cleaned with maximum efficiency. When cars are driven on the road, they collect a lot of dirt and debris, which are hard to get rid of when stuck underneath the car. This means that cleaning them with normal methods and products isn't very effective.  Here comes the innovative dry ice cleaning method. The process consists of blasting the dry parts with dry ice particles, which easily cleans them and doesn't damage them in comparison with other methods. But what is dry ice? Simply put, it's the solid form of the gas carbon dioxide ... read more

Paint And Dent Corrections: At Home Vs. At A Shop

Paint And Dent Corrections: At Home Vs. At A Shop

What's better than a freshly painted or brand-new car? Almost nothing, right? Well, sadly, that fresh pain we are talking about is doomed to get scratched, or in the worst case, chipped away because of a dent. And when talking about road accidents, things get even worse. The only way to fix these things is by getting them corrected or repainted. This can either be done at home, with whatever supplies are lying around, or at an auto body shop - by professionals who know what they are doing. But what is the difference? Well, if you continue reading, you will find out because we will give you the main differences between the two so you can decide which one is better. At Home Paint and dent corrections can be done at home, but the results might not be what you expected. Most of the time, store-bought kits aren't as good and don't match the paint of your car. They can even damage it further or cause cracks in the body. Let's not get you confused and point ... read more

4 Tips For Keeping Your Car Dent And Scratch Free

4 Tips For Keeping Your Car Dent And Scratch Free

Scratches and dents are an inescapable part of owning a vehicle. From little rocks hitting your front bumper to incidents while parking, all of them result in some sort of damage to the exterior of your car and make it look worse and not maintained. If you want to avoid that, continue reading because we will give you four for keeping your vehicle as dent and scratch free as it can be. 1. Don't Trust The Side Mirrors One of the most used parts of the vehicle is the side mirrors. They are used when merging in traffic, parking, or even just to keep an eye on the surroundings while driving. But one thing that is commonly overlooked is the way you see things. Depending on the angle, some things might appear closer or further than they actually are. This can mislead drivers into doing maneuvers that result in scratches or dents. If you want to avoid this, make sure you always check by looking around, especially in your car's blind spots. 2. Park Carefully ... read more

How Are Paint And Dent Repairs Done?

How Are Paint And Dent Repairs Done?

Have you heard of paint and dent repairs or retouches and wondered what they mean? If you want an explanation of the whole process and why it is important, you are in the right place. Down below, you will find information about the preparation and execution of the processes alongside some things to look out for. Paint Repairs And Retouches Paint repairs are usually done when the paint is damaged and is very noticeable. On the other side, retouches are done when there are little scratches that can be fixed within minutes. Let's look into the paint repair process because it's more complex and may need more explanation. Here are the steps that go into paint repairs and retouching: Preparing the damaged surface. Determining the depth of the scratch or chip - then making it level with the surrounding paint. Putting on a first layer of primer. Then paint matching and painting the damaged area. Sealing in the newly repaired paint with a clear coat and/or ceramic coating. Dent R ... read more

How to Photograph Your Car After an Incident/Accident

How to Photograph Your Car After an Incident/Accident

Perhaps the most traumatic and upsetting experience a person has in life is being in an automobile accident. People frequently experience shock right after a car accident. Due to the fact that you may not always have access to your logical mind and memory in a crisis, it can be challenging to recall what needs to be done in the heat of the moment. However, the more you are accustomed to the procedures to follow following an accident, the more naturally you will do so, even under the most stressful circumstances. Relax and do a body scan After an accident, the first thing you should do is take a moment to relax and focus on your body, paying close attention to any areas of pain or discomfort. This process is referred to as physique scanning for possible wounds. This step is crucial since getting out of the car might not be in your best interests if you have severe neck or back discomfort. Soft tissue injuries, as well as some back and neck issues, sometimes take days or even weeks to ... read more

What our clients say

Edward C.
5
My car needed paint correction and ceramic coating. I did my research and went to Color Recon as my previous two cars have been painted by them. Robert and Juan gave me three levels of paint correction and let me choose the price I wanted to pay. My car is black with years of swirls, halos and “spider webs”. I also went with the latest coating technology called graphene. I am very happy with the results
Hello Edward, We can't thank you enough for being a loyal customer. So glad you are happy with the results, and look forward to continued service with you for many years to come. We enjoyed having you, come by anytime.
Destein Prophete
5
Color Recon exceeded my expectations. Job well done. I definitely recommend them.
Hey Destein, We appreciate the kind review. Thank you so much. Feel free to follow and like us on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/AllyzAuto or visit our website at https://allyzauto.com/
Jose Barrios
5
I took my car to Color Recon for some minor scratches and nicks, and I must say they did a great job at a great price. I will definitely use them again.
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