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Does anyone know of a good company that does repairs on paint chips and scratches in the Aberdeen area?

I came out today to find a few bits of roof slate lying on my bonnet, they must have got blown off the roof of the building I was parked beside :-( Luckily they don't seem to have caused a dent but they have left a few scratches. This adds to a number of chips and light scratches that were already bugging me, so I think it's time for my Alfa to get a bit of TLC.

There seems to be a lot of mobile companies that do this sort of work. May be I'm being silly but I'd rather put the car into someone with a workshop that spends time fixing it rather than doing a 'quick fix' outside.
 

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sorry, I'm unable to recommend anyone but I will be interested to see what response you get on this from other members
 

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Cairngall garage in longside are very good. Had stone chips all over my old 156, the front spoiler had chunks out of it. Once back it looked like a new car. They sprayed the bonnet and front spoiler.

They also sprayed my vespa 12 years ago and people still say today how tidy it looks.
 

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I have used Watson's Autobody on Holland street a couple of times and would highly recommend him. He was considerably cheaper than others when I had a couple of dents removed from my old 147 and he also repaired a key scratch just before i sold it.

He gets most of his business from one of the dealers repairing trade-ins so is always pretty busy.

Perhaps for smaller scratch repairs the mobile guys are also worth a phone call though.
 

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I have used a guy at Kintore for a major wheel arch / rear panel repair on my Audi, really pleased with results.
think the company is "dents n scratches"
His Name is Richard 07777694054
 
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Consider chipex.co.uk , if chips are not that bad sure you can do it yourself....£43 inc p&p and enough for up to 500 chips ........no sandpaper involved. Receiving my kit tomorrow ....
 
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