About us

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Refinish Limited in Stirling opened for business in August 2008 and provides quality repairs and refinishing of cars, vans, motorcycles and pretty much anything that requires a coat of paint.

In recent years we have painted boats, a helicopter, several kitchens, doors, gates, window frames and even a pumpkin in the corporate colours of an Insurance company for a promotional photo shoot (see our blog pages).

One notable service we offer is the repair and refinishing of electric guitars which may at first seem like an odd product to offer but cars and guitars have a long history together, dating back to the 1950’s when the big American guitar company’s used car colours on their solid body electrics.

Mike Lennon, Managing Director, has worked in the crash repair industry since the mid 1980’s having served his apprenticeship at Donald Kirk Ltd. in Perth. Mike’s career progressed from the workshop into managing his first bodyshop in 1999 and subsequently has managed a number of large accident repair centres at several locations throughout the UK.

 

At Refinish Limited, we use modern repair techniques which are efficient in both time and materials and result in significant savings in cost and a faster turn-around time in comparison to traditional bodyshops. A typical repair can usually be completed in a day at a cost of less than the average excess payable on an insurance claim.

Same-day repairs include:

  • Bumper Scuffs & scratches
  • Minor car park damage
  • Small dents
  • Minor body damage
  • Alloy wheel repairs and refurbishment
  • Minor paintwork repairs
  • Paintless dent repairs

For larger repairs we aim to have your vehicle returned to you in the shortest time possible.

 

Our musical instrument refinishing service includes:

  • Vintage correct colours
  • Nitro-cellulose lacquers
  • modern 2k “poly” finishes
  • aged and distressed finishes
  • Oil & wax finishes
  • Swirls
  • Artwork and decals
  • Stains, tints and ‘bursts.

We have spent many years researching the classic colours and application methods from the golden age of guitar building.