Buffing and Polishing Auto Paint Service in The Las Vegas Valley
In this day and age, automobile manufacturers are producing faster, more technologically advanced, sleek looking vehicles. The paint job on your car, van, truck, or SUV was more than likely pristine in appearance the day it rolled off the assembly line.
And here at Tucker’s Collision Center, we’re proud to help drivers in the Las Vegas Valley maintain their vehicle’s look. If your vehicle has recently suffered paint damage — scratches, rust spots, and paint chips — then Tucker’s will help you restore everything to pre-accident condition.
You may require paint touchups or other forms of paint service.
Our expert technicians are professionally trained automotive painters. So if you do require painting, we’ve got you covered. Tucker’s provides our team with the very best in refinishing equipment and products. We proudly use ultra premium PPG Paint Products.
But in some cases, if the damage to your paint job isn’t too severe, a simple Buffing and Polishing Paint Service can have your vehicle looking like new! This is for drivers looking to refresh the exterior of a vehicle without having to actually repaint. Buffing and polishing is the most intensive form of repair you can apply to existing paint.
Trust the Professionals
When you come to Tucker’s Collision Center for your auto repair, you can trust we’ll get the job done right.
We have the training and level of expertise required to determine whether or not painting is required or buffing and polishing will be enough.
It’s best to leave buffing to the professionals at Tucker’s, as you may inadvertently cause more harm than good. You can, in fact, damage your vehicle’s finish to the point where paint service will be necessary to restore things to exact factory specifications and like-new conditions.
There are different types of buffing which our service team can utilize to provide the absolute best quality finish and shine to your vehicle’s exterior.
Hand buffing is when a technician uses a mild polishing compound and a rag to gently remove a small layer of paint from an area of your vehicle’s surface. In doing this, the technician effectively levels out the paint surface over a scratch, effectively making it disappear and restoring the appearance of your car, truck, or SUV to pre-accident condition.
An orbital buffer is a tool used by professional auto technicians to restore the finish on your vehicle. This tool spins a foam disc, simultaneously moving it in a circular pattern to keep the pad from staying in one place too long. This process is less intense than high-speed buffing, so it’s usually used to do finishing work rather than major buffing.
A bigger buffing pad and higher speeds allow a high-speed buffer to take off large amounts of paint at once. This enables the user to remove major paint damage quickly, but it can very easily cause more damage than it removes. This process should not be attempted by amateurs.
To spare your vehicle from potential paint damage from buffing, drivers in the Las Vegas Valley should schedule their buffing and polish paint services with the experts at Tucker’s Collision Center.
We will use the highest quality buffing equipment, and will only ever use top-tier polishing products on your vehicle.
You can book an appointment with Tucker’s online or call 702-827-4950 to speak with a member of our team directly.
We look forward to earning your business!