Many of us in Bridgend own nice cars but to keep it that way you have to look after the interior trim as well as the exterior paintwork.

A new car does not usually need any car interior repairs unless you have an accident but as it grows older, you will need to pay it more attention.

The dashboard, leather items, carpets, seat covers, door panels, will often need to be either refurbished or repaired.

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Car interior repairs can range from painting the dashboard or leather seats with a specialist leather or vinyl paint that has been designed to do the job properly.

It is always best to call in an expert repair company like Trimtastick at Bridgend but if you have no one local and you do decide to have a go at DIY repairs then this guide should help you. Purchase  products from a reputable company that specialises in the supply of SMART repair products.

When repairing trim preparation is very important, first of all, remove all the parts that you can and wash them in warm water with a mild soap solution added to it. Avoid getting water near any electrical connectors or components.

Use a soft cloth to clean the other interior parts such as steering wheel, door panels, dashboard, etc. Cover the other areas then rub the plastic parts and affected area with a fine-grade sand paper.

Again clean up and apply good quality of plastic prep solution on the areas you want to paint PlastiC Prep is a degreaser and bonding agent. Allow to dry and finally apply the proper re-paint color that is specially designed for your car type. A vinyl repair kit is often the best option.

It is not always the case that you need a professional to do the car interior repair. The minor problems can be solved on your own. All types of company kits and manuals are available in the market. Well, one thing is sure the minor problem is the cause of major difficulty in future. Hence, it is important to detect them and repair in the first stage itself.

How Do You Repair Or Replace a Car's Dashboard?

If your vehicle has auto body damage don't just trade in it for a new one! New vehicles are more expensive than getting auto body repairs. Rather than paying one time you will be paying for it for 4 or 5 years! You may not have heard about this thing called auto reconditioning? Auto reconditioning is a great way to get your vehicle looking like new in no time! You may doubt what I am saying, but read on and find out how auto reconditioning can help your vehicle!

Auto reconditioning or sometimes referred to as minor auto body repairs is a great way to get your vehicle looking great! An auto body repair specialist will repair the existing materials on your vehicle so that they look like new again! It is not replacement, if they can help it. Replacing auto body parts requires more time to repair and more money, two things you don't want to waste. Many of the service offered by auto reconditioning specialist can be completed in as little as 2-6 hours, sometimes while you wait or with a mobile service! Also insurance companies will work with many auto body repairs shops to save you even more money.

These are only a preview of what an auto reconditioning specialist can do for your vehicle. You will be surprised to see an almost new vehicle when they repair your vehicle while you wait!

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Dash repairs are still often caused by accidental damage usually from careless passengers and occasionally from bored children.

We have repaired dashes that have been scuffed or scratched and even one or two that have been vandalised with a cigarette lighter!

Dash damage is sometimes caused by spillages from liquid type air-fresheners some of them severely damage plastic trim and even melt the top surface of plastic if left on there for any length of time.

Some of the plastic trim panels have a wood, chrome or silver finish and are not possible to repair. If you regularly use air fresheners in your car make sure they are not leaking when you place them in the air vent!

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