Abrasive's & Accessories


Spray painting and panel beating are both automotive painting processes that require the use of abrasives. Abrasives are materials that are used to remove paint, rust, or other materials from a surface through the process of sanding, grinding, or polishing. There are a variety of different types of abrasives that can be used in these processes, and the type that is best for a particular job will depend on the surface that needs to be cleaned and the amount of material that needs to be removed.

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Masking Tapes

Masking tape or painters tape is an important product for automotive painting, as it helps to mask off areas that should not be painted. At Tonys Colours we stock the best products at great prices, with expert advice, we can help you find the perfect masking tape for your needs. Whether you need to mask off areas for a two-tone paint job, or you need to protect surfaces from paint overspray, we have the right product for the job.

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Plastic Repairs

We also stock a range of cracked bumper repair & plastic bumper repair products to help you fix cracked or damaged plastic panels easily. A putty with hardener which is then applied to the bumper and flatten with sandpaper to get the bumper ready for plastic primer.

When it comes to giving your car a new paint job, you want to make sure that everything is perfect. That includes ensuring that any plastic parts on your car are in good condition. Plastic repair is a necessary part of automotive painting, and we have the products and expertise to help you get the job done right.

Our expert staff can advise you on the best products to use for your particular project, and we offer competitive prices on all of our products. So if you need plastic repair for your next painting project, be sure to check us out first.

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Polishing & Mops

Polishing is an important aspects of maintaining a vehicle's paint job. While it can be performed by hand, using power tools such as a dual action polisher and car polishing machines makes the process go much faster.

Something to consider is the type of damage that needs to be repaired. scratches, and gouges will all require different techniques. Scratches can usually be buffed out with a scratch remover polish compound. Check out our wide range of products for the best car polish.

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Sound Deadening pads

This is used as a vibration-damping coating in vehicles, which must meet requirements of effective sound and vibration reduction. The pads are typically made of foam or other material that will absorb sound.

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Automotive painting is a process of applying paint to a vehicle's body. It is usually done to give the vehicle a new look, or to protect the original paint from damage. Sealers are an important part of this process, as they help to protect the paint from scratches, chips, and other damage.

There are many different types of sealers available on the market, and it is important to choose the right one for your needs. We stock the best products at great prices, with expert advice to help you choose the right sealer for your project.

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Masking Plastic

When painting vehicles, protecting certain areas from paint to avoid cleanup work is the very first thing any professional does. To protect large areas, we highly recommend automotive Masking Plastic.

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Mixing Cups

Paint cups are used primarily in the automotive painting industry to achieve the correct mixtures of paint prior to application.

Paint is never applied straight. It is first mixed with an activator solution and occasionally a third component like a paint thinner or reducer.

Since paint manufacturers provide exact ratios for each of these products, the math can get tricky.

That is why most people use mixing cups, which have all of the ratios written on the side, just like a measuring cup.

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Silicone Remover

When it comes to removing silicone sealant, sometimes rubbing alcohol alone may not do the trick. A silicone dissolving solvent or silicone remover can be a more effective solution. Before using these products, it's essential to read the instructions carefully and take appropriate safety precautions. To remove the remaining adhesive properties of the silicone, use the silicone remover as directed. Once the silicone has been dissolved, wipe away the residue with a warm, wet cloth. Be careful not to damage the surface underneath, especially if it's painted. Diluting the silicone dissolving solvent or using a mild solution of warm, soapy water can also help to minimize the risk of paint damage.

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