OK so you have just returned from that long-awaited tip to the country. The good news – you had a fabulous weekend. The bad news; stone chips on the bonnet of your new car! So, you could simply visit the local auto shop and buy some touch up paint for your car, then carry out a DIY repair (not a good plan if you want to preserve your resale value) or you could call in a professional who specializes in touch up painting for cars. But now is the challenge to find the best touch-up guy.
For most of us our car is our pride and joy so keeping it looking good is important. There are plenty of touch up guys reviews on the internet and also articles that can be found in some motoring magazines. The industry is flooded with small businesses all claiming to provide the best result for touch up painting on cars.