How much does a basic paint job cost?

How much does a basic paint job cost?

The main types of paint service are: Basic: The most inexpensive paint job involves as few coats as possible, using synthetic enamel paint. For the basic job, the painters are unlikely to paint areas that are not normally visible, such as the inside of the hood. Basic costs range from $300 to $900.

How long is a Maaco paint job?

A: 80% of all vehicles we paint are ready in 2-3 business days. You can add a day or two if you have a significant amount of bodywork, need replacement parts or if your vehicle requires extra preparation to repair existing paint damage.

What makes Maaco Auto Painting services so unique?

At Maaco, we offer three paint packages tailored to your specific needs and budget concerns: Basic, Preferred and Premium. What makes each of the three services unique all comes down to two factors: Longevity of the paint, which includes warranty/durability, and the appearance of the paint, which includes gloss, color match and metallic appearance.

Is it okay for MAACO to paint a beater?

maaco is fine to paint a beater.i have painted cars and it is a lot of work.you get what you pay for.if you want a quality job that you will be proud of,your going to pay a lot more than a few hundred bucks. Exactly, You get what you pay for. To give you an idea of what Maaco can and can’t do.

What do you need to know about MAACO sealer?

Sealer plays that all-important role of establishing a barrier between the old and new paint. This ensures consistent color and a higher gloss throughout the entire painted surface. At Maaco, we offer 3 grades of sealer. The right choice is all about durability, and ultimately the amount of prep work needed for your particular vehicle.

How often should I Wax my Car after a MAACO paint job?

Remember to rinse the undercarriage of your car as well to remove dirt, salt, or other chemicals that could cause rust or corrosion. Plus, 4-6 weeks following a paint job, Maaco recommends waxing your car every 3-4 months to protect the new finish from environmental factors such as damaging UV rays]