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Tri-County Body Shop

Earlier this year the Post told readers about Tri-County Body Shop being one of the first in the area to go green by using waterborne paint on vehicles.

They now have something else new: a way to protect the bottom of your vehicle from ugly stone nicks. Called the tintable stone guard, it’s a protective coating that can be tinted to match the paint on your vehicle and sprayed around the bottom. Prices start at about $199.99.

Tri-County Body specializes in auto body repair and paint on several types of vehicles. “We repair and refinish anything, from cars and trucks to bicycles,” said Ted Schneider, owner.

“We try to stay up on the changes in the business,” he noted.

Ted said their plans for the future include keeping the customer happy, and continuing to find ways to go green.

Give them a call at 636-5341, or stop in and see them at 69 Northland Drive, Sand Lake, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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