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Test_Drive 05-31-2006 02:43 PM

Hey y'all,
Anybody with a recommendation for a paint/scratch repair place in Calgary?

I had a bad case of 24-hour-brain-deadness.... brushed up against my garage door with the rear bumper. It's very light scratching, but a good rub of Scratch-X didn't make it disappear completely.

Thanks!

Smilinvamp 05-31-2006 04:59 PM

Quote:

Hey y'all,
Anybody with a recommendation for a paint/scratch repair place in Calgary?

I had a bad case of 24-hour-brain-deadness.... brushed up against my garage door with the rear bumper. It's very light scratching, but a good rub of Scratch-X didn't make it disappear completely.

Thanks!
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If you find one, could you pass on the info? Maybe we could get a group deal or something... since Calgary stopped using salt and started using gravel (LAST WINTER) my car took a beating. One spot is down to the metal and rusting. Anyway, ya, if you find a place...

Riceking 06-06-2006 02:00 PM

Quote:

Hey y'all,
Anybody with a recommendation for a paint/scratch repair place in Calgary?

I had a bad case of 24-hour-brain-deadness.... brushed up against my garage door with the rear bumper. It's very light scratching, but a good rub of Scratch-X didn't make it disappear completely.

Thanks!
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I did a similiar thing, I rubbed against a garage bin and got these nasty-black-deep-long scratches on my rear bumper. My 6 wagon was only a week old!

I got 3 quotes done: $700, $400 and $350 (sorry these quotes are in Edm but it gives you and idea)

I took the $350 quote. I'm not sure if they took the bumper off but it looks great! And for some reason I was only charged $300 +gst.


Test_Drive 06-06-2006 03:01 PM

Thanks.

I'll swing by the dealership this week -- they must have somebody in mind to repair minor nicks and scratches, without having to repaint the bloody thing. We'll see if they recommend somebody.

notenough20 04-06-2010 11:29 PM

touchup paint
 
are the scratches too bad or too deep to use a touchup applicator?


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