Plastic bumper repair is in high demand. Car detailers and paintless dent repair professionals can fix scratched, scuffed, and even cracked plastic bumpers for approximately half what auto body repair companies charge. And, they can complete repairs in just two to three hours. The service is also popular with automotive dealerships and car rental companies.
Professional bumper repair technicians can earn up to $125 hourly after expenses. The service requires about 20 hours of training and practice and about $2800 in paint and tools.
The video series reviews all 5 important stages of learning plastic bumper repair:
-Video 1: How and where to practice.
-Video 2: Sanding and filling damage.
-Video 3: Applying primer
-Video 4: Applying base coat.
-Video 5: Applying clear coat.
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