From touching up minor scratches to complete paint jobs, let us be the source for all your refinishing needs. Touch-up pens to aerosol cans to quarts; strippers to primers to clear coats; undercoats to enamels to lacquers; for all surfaces including metal, vinyl and fabric; for all parts of your vehicle including calipers, engines, trunks, and truck beds; we have the products that will give you the protection you want or the look you’ve been imagining.

Featured Products

Surface preparation is key to a quality paint job. We offer paint stripper to remove the old finish, as well as grease and wax remover to remove dirt, grease, wax and oil. Primers are an essential foundation for top coats and we carry filler primer to fill scratches and minor surface imperfections, self-etching primer to promote adhesion to bare metal, primer sealer for maximum corrosion resistance, and all-purpose sandable primer for a uniform topcoat.

Having your car painted by a body shop is very expensive and you’re at the mercy of their schedule. If you want to tackle the job yourself, and work according to your own timetable, we offer complete paint systems that will give you professional quality results. These include primer, color coat, and clear, and for candy colors, primer, candy base, candy color, and clear. These products are designed to work together and no mixing or reducing is required, application is easy with quick drying time, and there is no recoat window; reapply at any time. You can even create a custom matte finish or a pearl effect.

We’re not only about making your car or truck look better, we can also help you protect what you already have. We offer factory matching touch-up paint to hide scratches, preserve appearance, and keep the surface from corroding. The undercoating we carry is moisture and corrosion resistant and ideal for frames, wheel wells, gas tanks and floor pans. Truck beds can take a beating and can quickly start to rust and corrode from scrapes and scratches if not protected. Our bed coatings are more economical than bed liners and won’t trap moisture. The water-based polyurethane formula can be sprayed on or applied with a roller.

Detail your engine to draw crowds when you pop the hood; make your calipers stand out behind custom rims; or restore the vinyl on door panels and dash boards. These jobs and much more are possible with our selection of specialty coatings. Our high temperature engine paint is available in a wide range of colors and can withstand temperatures up to 550°F. Choose caliper paint in a variety of shades that is heat resistant to 900°F and won’t chip, crack or fade. Restore or change the color of interior vinyl surfaces with our vinyl coating that is formulated with adhesion promoter so no primer is needed.

Featured Brands

Guides & Articles

  • Bumpers
    How To Paint Your Replacement Plastic Bumper
    If you've decided to replace a damaged front or rear bumper cover with a new one, the good news is your vehicle really is going to look a whole lot better once it's installed. Of course, the areas of major damage will be gone and will no longer be a value-deflating eyesore. You'll also have a new piece that's free of the chips, dings, and even cracks you've been putting up with.
  • Caliper Covers
    Caliper Covers vs. Caliper Paint
    One consequence of the trend toward larger diameter wheels is that previously hidden mechanical components are now clearly visible. We are referring, of course, to your brake calipers. These dirty, dusty, and rusty parts used to function in obscurity, but with plus-size thin-spoke wheels, they're now on display for all to see. If you happen to drive a late model performance car with a nice set of multi-piston Brembos, this is not an issue. Nor is it a concern if you have the coin for an upgrade to a performance brake kit. But what about the regular Joe who just blew his wad on wheels and tires; what can he do?
  • Automotive Paint
    Automotive Paint: What's Available for the Do-It-Yourself Car Owner
    When you think of "automotive paint", is a large-scale professional auto body shop the first image that comes to mind? Perhaps you're picturing a well-lit spray booth, filled with thousands of dollars' worth of equipment, manned by trained employees with many years' experience behind them. Or maybe, when it comes to your own vehicle, you recall having purchased a small tube of touch-up paint, the kind with the brush built into the cap, which you used to repair a small rock chip on your hood. You've long since misplaced that tiny tube.

Browse by Vehicle

Automotive Paint & Coatings Reviews

Average rating:  4.5  4.7 - 60 reviews
Read All Automotive Paint Reviews
5 of 5
Ordered It - Got It
I ordered the paint I couldn't find in stores. It came a couple days later. Couldn't have been easier.
JPosted by John (Manheim, PA) /
2006 GMC Envoy
Was this review helpful for you? Yes
View More
Related Automotive Paint Pages

All manufacturer names, symbols, and descriptions, used in our images and text are used solely for identification purposes only.
It is neither inferred nor implied that any item sold by, is a product authorized by or in any way connected with any vehicle manufacturers displayed on this page.