- Buyer's Guide
- Got A Question?
Ever had a customer bring you their scratched car and ask, “I can’t pay you to make it PERFECT, but can I pay you to just make it look BETTER?”
Here’s a little trick for making this type of customer happy and pocketing a quick profit. I used to do this at my repair shop in Beaverton, OR, where we called it the Ultimate Touch Up.
First, if you’re going to attempt an Ultimate Touch Up, make sure it meets the following criteria:
Here’s how to execute the Ultimate Touch Up, step by step:
In 60 minutes, you have a flat, hard-to-see repair that the customer can live with. We never had an unhappy customer who chose the Ultimate Touch Up.
Apply paint with brush and cure
Wetsand with 1000 and 2000 grit
Compound and polish