The "New Look" your car deserve
One of the most time-consuming and expensive projects you'll ever perform on your car is have it painted. Paint has long been considered an art more than a mechanical procedure. A good paint job is certainly the result of many hours spent welding, sanding, and preparing the body for paint. In fact, rather than the common misconception that a "paint job" is a single step process, painting a car is really a multi-step process that leads up to the actual painting of the car. In Gadallah Service Center, We make sure these steps are done perfectly to deliver the "New Look" your car deserve.
Body Welding & Rust Repair
The best way to ensure that rust won't return is to completely remove it from the car. This can be accomplished by removing the metal just in the rusty area and welding in patches, but extreme cases may require replacing the entire panel.
Sanding and Paint Preparation
Block-sanding the vehicle is the critical step that makes the car's panels look straight. The reason a block is used is to distribute the hand's pressure evenly across the panel. Sanding without a block will leave finger grooves in the panel, which in turn will cause the panel to look wavy once painted.
The actual process of painting is where experience pays off. Gadallah experienced painters knows how thick to apply the paint, and where areas prone to runs and fish eyes are and adjust technique appropriately.