Car body repairs in Kings Lynn can consist of many different repairs. They can range from an alloy wheel repair to repainting a scratched panel. Walking out to your car to find a damaged bumper or a small dent is not a nice experience, especially when you are not the one to blame. Immaculate Repairs are here to help! We make the whole process from start to finish as painless as possible. Immaculate Repairs mobile car body repairs have been carrying out SMART repairs in Kings Lynn for many years, whether it be repairing a bumper scuff, an alloy wheel refurbishment, repair and repainted a key scratch, stone chip repairs or detailing we are here to help you get your car back to its showroom condition. Immaculate Repairs cover all areas in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire including Kings Lynn, Peterborough, Stamford, Ely, Wisbech, Huntingdon, Kettering and all surrounding towns and villages.
Immaculate Repairs carried out a mobile car body repair to this Mercedes in King Lynn. On arrival we were presented with damage to the boot lid and the rear bumper. Unfortunately someone had reversed into the customers car leaving a large dent in the boot lid along with scratches and scuffs along the rear bumper.
Immaculate Repairs mobile car body repairs in Kings Lynn identified and assessed the damage. We then stripped down the tailgate to give us access to the back of the dent, we then also removed the tail light to allow us more space to carry out the car body repair.
Using a PDR method we reduced the dent significantly before moving to the next stage of repair using car body filler.
Once the dent in Kings Lynn had been filled and rubbed down to create a perfectly smooth repair the Mercedes is then masked up and primer is applied and rubbed down to remove and prep marks or little imperfections.
Immaculate Repairs mobile car body repairs in Kings Lynn mix up all our colours with our on board colour scheme. The paint is then applied to the Mercedes in Kings Lynn before finally giving the perfect gloss finish with our top of the range 2K lacquer. Infra red lamps are then used to help with the curing process.
Once the curing process is complete the car is de-masked and flatted with wet and dry sand paper to remove any little imperfections before being machined polished.