Process

From acid rain to intense sunlight to salt air, nature can take a toll on your auto paint finish. Road dirt and debris can cause those unexplained scratches and dings. Whether you’re in need of auto body repairs or minor collision work, the trained technicians at Econo® Auto Painting can give you a fresh look and it doesn’t have to be an expensive investment. 

  • Step 1: Free Estimate
    Manager inspects car with customer, the Work Order detailing the paint process chosen and cost is signed. Completion date is given and vehicle is left for work to begin.
  • Step 2: Auto Body Repairs Begin
    If body work repairs are necessary, the body technician removes the damaged parts, makes other needed repairs, replaces parts and sands, primes and seals damaged areas.
  • Step 3: Sanding & Masking
    Sander removes emblems, sands and preps. Masker cleans and tapes chrome and windows.
  • Step 4: Auto Painting
    Painter verifies vehicle painting process order and paint color mix. Desired paint is applied in 3 coats.
  • Step 5: Detailing
    Detailer removes tape and paper, cleans chrome and windows, reinstalls tags, wipers and any other emblems removed.
  • Step 6: Quality Assurance
    Manager performs final quality inspections and notifies customer of job completion.
  • Step 7: Customer Pick-Up
    Customer inspects completed job, completes final paperwork and Written Guarantee is completed.

They are miracle workers. My 1995 Toyota Corolla's paint was so faded and spotty it looked tie-dyed. The car ran great but I was embarrassed by its appearance. It now looks like a brand new car. A bonus is the wonderful people who were so helpful. It was beyond anything I hoped for.
Barbara C. (Greensboro)