Remove Dry Mud And Surface Rust From Metal Running Boards And Apply Primer And Paint

Posted on: 27 January 2017

Remove dry mud and surface rust from the metal running boards that are secured to each side of your truck by completing the steps below. A fresh coat of rust inhibiting primer and paint that is applied to the metal will further improve the appearance of your truck's appearance and will protect the boards from being susceptible to corrosion. Materials wire brush large pieces of plastic sheeting scissors water hose sponge automotive detergent bucket rust dissolving gel paintbrush power sander sandpaper tack cloth automotive tape exterior spray primer (designed for use on metal) exterior spray paint (designed for use on metal) clear compound buffing sponge Eliminate Mud And Sand The Running Boards [Read More]

What To Look For In An Adult Driving School

Posted on: 5 January 2017

Learning to drive as an adult can be a daunting experience. You want to make sure you know how to watch out for other drivers on the road as well as have control and confidence behind the wheel. You can learn how to drive by having an experienced motorist show you how to operate a vehicle, but in order to really learn the skills of the road a professional driving school is likely to be your best option. [Read More]

Managing Your Business Parking Lot

Posted on: 29 December 2016

Hopefully, you have a lot of traffic coming in and out of your business parking lot, and you hope that it all comes from your businesses' customers. However, sometimes, you may find you have others occupying your asphalt who are not patronizing your store. There are many ways to weed out trespassers and guests who use your parking lot in unintended ways; here are a few ideas to get you started: [Read More]

Why Windshield Crack Repair is Important in the Winter Months, Even With Tinted Windows

Posted on: 29 December 2016

If a rock flies up and leaves a small chip or crack in your windshield, you likely know that it needs to be repaired. However, you may find yourself putting it off. You may think that the crack or chip is small, and you have time or you will wait until it is more convenient to fill it. And unfortunately, if you have window tinting, you may think that you are protected from many of these negative things thanks to the added protection of the film. [Read More]