Vehicle Sign Writing & Livery Removal
Pristine Detail - Vehicle Enhancement Specialist
restoration, Norfolk, Lincolnshire
Sometimes when selling or buying a van the sign writing can cause problems on the vehicles paint work. Paint bleaching, scratches and glue marks can be left behind when the incorrect tools for the job are used.
Vinyl stickers are, more often than not, used to sign write vehicles and quite often when they are removed you can still see where they were on the vehicles paint work. This is mainly caused by the vinyl sticker protecting the paint work from the elements and as time goes by the exposed paint work around the sticker suffers from poor wash techniques which scratch the paint as well as bleaching from the sun's UV rays on the unprotected paint. Sometimes the adhesive used on the vinyl sticker can eat into the clear coat of the paint. Either way, once removed, you can still see where the sticker was and without the right tools it will be a hard to remove the evidence.
Pristine Detail livery removal service ranges from a basic livery removal service to a full livery removal and paint correction service. The latter service removes any marks that would be left from sun bleaching the vehicles paint and incorrect washing techniques which have scratched and dulled the exposed paint.
In some cases after the paint correction has been carried out the vehicle can look better than it did when it first left the showroom. If you are selling the vehicle that can only mean one thing, a higher sale price is achievable. I have heard of someone making an extra £900.00 on the sale of his van. This may not happen to everyone but receiving a higher price is always a good thing.
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