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News | 15.06.2018
Farécla extends registration deadline for car bonnet painting contest
At the request of the organisers of the Body Repair Industry Apprentice Awards (BRIAA), which takes place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on Tuesday 26 June, Farécla has agreed to…Learn more
Tips | 12.06.2018
How do I know whether the scratch is removable?
Farécla compounds will remove imperfections within the paint surface itself. If the scratch has penetrated through to the primer level, (usually a grey or white colour) then a refinish will…Learn more