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All the steps in a plastic bumper repair and paint

We follow along as we repair a plastic bumper in the shop. This video takes you through all the steps without being too technical. Our body shop is located in Napierville, Quebec...we are a small shop without a large overhead so we can take the time to do things right....


 


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