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Don't let the word "Restoration" frighten you!

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Depends on your requirements

 

You have the choice of fully stripping the paint on your bicycle

Repairing or filling the damage or corroded parts

Then primer and respray to you choice colors

 

Alternatively, it the damage are superficial

Example, rust and scratches damage the surface of the paint

All you need is a touch up!

But don't get me wrong! 

Touching up might not be as simple as it sounds...

 

 



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