Don’t let the length of the films deter you. As David Riberio of the Automotive Retailers Association in British Columbia wrote to SCRS about the adhesive video, according to the newsletter:
I would like to offer my support for the quality of the discussion and the use of supporting images and video. Typically many videos are not well structured and tend to drag on … I must say I was a bit concerned initially when I saw it was 21 minutes long…but after watching it the time went by quickly and I was completely engrossed in the conversation. Having industry representatives there to add the real life application I believe was extremely beneficial.
Featured image: The Society of Collision Repair Specialists on Wednesday released a three-part YouTube series on corrosion protection as part of its broader initiative explaining repair procedures and their importance through videos. The three movies — dealing with primers, seam sealers and undercoating/cavity wax, respectively — can be found within the trade group’s March 2017 newsletter, free to all members as well as the general public. (Screenshot from SCRS March 2017 newsletter)
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