You probably already know that bumper repairs is the most common kind of repair work done on car bodies nowadays. This is due to the fact that majority of car bumpers are designed only to handle low density collisions with objects such as shopping carts and trolleys. At best, they can mostly handle minor impact collisions with other vehicles. Such slight damages can be repaired easily at any auto body repair shop. Such damages are mostly limited to minor cracks in the bumpers.
On the other hand, under certain conditions, usually high impact collisions with the other vehicles, bigger and wider cracks develop on the bumpers. Of course, this can prove to be quite unsightly. Many people would normally like to have one layer of resin poured on the crack and a good paint job done to help cover the crack. Nevertheless, any additional pressure may widen the crack further and cause more inconvenience to you. Therefore, you are left with just two choices, either purchase a new bumper or have your current one repaired.
In contrast to what majority of car owners believe, it’s generally more costly to purchase a new bumper. Surveys show that the cheapest bumper costs no less than three hundred pounds. But, many people prefer buying new bumpers because they think it’s easier and more convenient to purchase a new bumper compared to getting the current one repaired by a professional technician.
Getting your car repaired by a specialized technician is much more affordable than purchasing a new pumper. This is the easiest way to get your bumper to look as good as new. Using techniques which involve boring of holes into the car bumper, and filling the crack up with appropriate fast acting resin, they can completely cover up the cracks. This process is then followed up by sanding, priming, painting, and then finally lacquering the car bumper to the manufacturer’s specifications.
K1 Motors is a car repair workshop based in Clayton, about twenty five minutes from Melbourne CBD. In case you need a bumper repair or want to know more about their procedure, please visit: http://k1motors.com.au/bumper-repairs/.