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Old 09-03-2018, 07:27 PM   #3
big dave 666
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It's not just a case of buying a machine and jumping straight in correcting the paintwork. Firstly you would need to wash and decontamination the paint, with fallout remover, tar remover and clay for example, so that you have clean paint to work with. I would say round my neck of the woods 500 would be the going rate, if I were doing it I'd allow probably three days to complete which would include the correction, machine polish, couple of coats of glaze and lsp. But it also boils down to how confident you would feel doing it yourself????? If you don't, then ld say bite the bullet get some quotes from reputable companies and let them do it.
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