Plastic Tab Repair Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
SEM’s standard operating procedure (SOP) for plastic tab repair shows you how to efficiently repair most automotive plastic tabs for bumpers, mirror housings, and more.
Follow this 2 minute video to complete plastic tab repairs correctly every time.
Save Money & Turn More Hours by Repairing Tabs
Save several hours and up to $1,000 by repairing bumper tabs instead of replacing the bumper. The cost of a new bumper ranges anywhere from $100 to $1,000. Then, the technician has to prep, paint, and blend the color of the bumper to the fender to make it look original to the vehicle. This can take several hours and a lot of material. Repairing the bumper tab takes as little as five minutes and significantly reduces the cost of materials and labor.
Use OEM Recommended Dual-Mix™ Quick Set Adhesive for a Trusted Repair
Dual-Mix™ Quick Set Adhesives are fast, urethane, high strength adhesives recommended by OEMs to bond multiple substrates. It’s available in 20, 50 and 180 second working times to tailor to each job and works great as a go-to general purpose adhesive. Also, it’s backed by a lifetime warranty.
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