Why Chip Foose chooses 3M products.

July 5, 2017 3M Canada

Chip Foose with car

The process of creating someone’s dream car isn’t easy.  Chip Foose knows this all too well.

The multi-award winning, design legend has become the household name for transforming vehicles. And it’s not by accident. Chip’s success is a direct result of hard work, passion, and discerning taste.

Repairing, rebuilding and restoring vehicles can be a challenge. It’s important that you trust the products you’re using will deliver quality automotive solutions.

What’s his brand of choice? For more than 40 years, he has relied upon 3M.

Decades of experience with 3M products

Chip has been an official 3M partner for over five years, but he’s been a loyal fan since childhood when he worked out of his father’s 3M exclusive auto body shop. For four decades he’s watched the company make a constant effort to make better products.

Why Chip chooses the 3M brand

For Chip, you can only be the best if you use the best. He chooses 3M because the products are “innovative and advanced.” His favourites include 3M™ Cubitron™ II Abrasives and the  3M™ PPS™ Paint Preparation System.

Beyond product: the key to quality of work

While product has a major influence over the final product, for Chip it all comes down to pride.  He believes you have to have pride in what you do and care about what you’re doing.

Find collision repair products from Chip’s favourite brand

Want to follow in the expert’s footsteps? Find products from Chip’s brand of choice.

Chip Foose working on car

Follow Chip on Twitter: @chipfoose

Follow Chip on Facebook: The Official Chip Foose

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