How To Fix Small Dents On Fiberglass

Posted on: 25 May 2016

If you need to make autobody repairs on the fiberglass sections of your car, you should definitely invest in a fiberglass patch kit. These are convenient and affordable, especially if you don't already own any of the supplies. Fiberglass is used on car bodies partly because it is so easy to repair. If you have small scratches and dings on your fiberglass surface, you will probably want to fix them yourself instead of taking them to a professional.
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3 Simple Auto Maintenance Projects To Improve Performance And Fuel Economy

Posted on: 23 May 2016

Fuel economy is something that you may be concerned about with your car. Many of the improvements that you can do for performance can also help give your car better gas mileage. This can include common tasks like changing the oil, as well as improvements like upgrading the air intake or adding an aftermarket computer chip. Here are some simple auto maintenance projects that give your better performance and fuel economy:
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Easy Ways To Protect Your Vehicle's New Paint Job

Posted on: 28 March 2016

When you get a new paint job on your vehicle, you often enjoy the bright new colour and the shiny appearance, but unless you take good care of it, that won't last. To avoid having the paint fade, follow these easy paint job care and maintenance tips. Don't Park in Direct Sunlight To protect your car's brand new paint job, start by staying out of direct sunlight as much as possible.
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Maintaining Your Plumbing Company's Used Backhoe

Posted on: 12 February 2016

If your plumbing company has grown large enough to purchase a used backhoe to start performing your own excavation work, then it's vital that you take these steps to maintain your backhoe in order to keep it working well for years to come: Grease Parts Well But Not Excessively As you are likely aware, there are many bearings, bushings, pins, and pivot points on your used backhoe that require regular greasing.
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