Auto Paint Chip Repair Systems & Kits
Auto Paint Chip Repair System and Kits by Detail King offer the most technologically advanced paint chip repair and restoration process in the industry. Many in the auto industry refer to the small paint chips and scratches that plague cars and trucks as “Road Rash”, and it’s the result of rocks and gravel being tossed into the air by other vehicles. What our Color Twin paint chip repair and restoration system does is enable you to generate additional revenues for your existing auto detailing business or create a whole new profit center using the most technologically advanced paint chip repair and restoration process in the industry.
Detail King’s Color Twin Paint Chip Repair System quickly and easily repairs paint chips and most scratches in minutes. No time-consuming paint mixing! We have been offering this system for more than seven years and have hundreds of satisfied Color Twin dealers. There are no franchise or licensing fees to pay, which means all the money your make is yours. No paint spraying – our system is eco-friendly!
According to the Kelley Blue Book, paint makes a difference! With all other things being equal, a car with 62,000 miles on it dramatically increases in value as the appearance of the paint improves. Consider the comparison below (values current as of October 2009)
|Compare||Dull/Chipped Paint/Scratched Paint||Glossy Paint|
|2011 Hyundai Elantra||$10,168||$10,676|
|2010 Chevy Camaro||$18,195||$19,105|
|2011 Cadillac CTS||$17,572||$18,450|
|2010 VW Bug||$9,530||$10,006|
The average increase in value is $692.75!
Until recently, the options for repairing vehicle paint have been limited. The current method for resolving this problem may be to use touch-up paint or have the hood painted, with costs ranging from $250 to $750 or more. The expense, as well as the time off the market as repairs are completed, negatively impacts potential earnings for dealerships.
Detail King’s Color Twin Paint Chip Repair System offers the best possible solution with an onsite repair that takes just minutes. It is a simple three-step method that fills the chip with paint and then is wiped off so that no excess paint remains. At a normal viewing distance, the vehicle looks as though it has just been waxed. Imagine the value of such results and for just pennies on the dollar