Expert Spray Painters and Latest Technology
Hillstar’s spray painters are at the forefront of spray painting technology, with state of the art machinery and digital databases of all the latest colour ranges as they come out.
Some people might be happy with only fifty shades of grey, but, here at Hillstar, our spray painters have over 11 000 different shades of grey – this means that our spray painters can colour match any vehicle’s original paintwork to ensure that our respray will be a seamless single shade, guaranteed to be the best match for your repaired or resprayed vehicle.
And because our databases are so extensive and up-to-date, we are the best approved respray center for Jaguar, Land Rover and Range Rovers.
A Million Respray Colours – And They Are All ‘Green’
Because we love the environment as much as we love cars, we have made sure that our paint is environmentally friendly and ‘green’.
That’s why our spray painters only use PPG Envirobase Paint when we respray vehicles. PPG Envirobase Paint is completely non-toxic and environmentally friendly. It is durable and long lasting, and is water based which means that it produces 80% less volatile emission during production and use. In fact it is so safe that you could drink it!
But we don’t use PPG Envirobase Paint only because it is so environmentally friendly, we use it because it is the best paint for your car. PPG Envirobase Paint is OEM approved for all global manufacturers, completely odourless so that there is no more thinners smell in your vehicle, and will last longer than other paints, meaning that not only are you saving the environment, but you are also saving money.
Contact Us For A Quote
Because we are always up-to-date with the latest colour ranges and are Jaguar, Land Rover and Range Rover approved respray centers, we can give a lifetime guarantee on our paint work.
Contact us today to get the best respray service from our expert team of spray painters.
Did you know that British Racing Green is not a colour?
It is a range of colours. Each of the major international racing countries has a specific colour and Britain is no exception – except that unlike the other major racers, British Racing Green (BRG) is not a specific colour, but rather a range of deep, rich greens, as seen on the Jaguar Racing F1 cars in the 2000s.
Did you know?
The first international sponsorship liveries were used in the 1968 South African Grand Prix.