Auto painting, in some cases, requires extra resources for premium results. What do we mean by that? First, we need to highlight some of the differences between auto painting in a manufacturing environment and a body shop. During manufacturing, human involvement is very limited. The painting process is almost 100% robotic and automated. In a body shop, however, it is just the opposite – it is almost purely manual. But there's more; manufacturers use slightly different paint formulations during manufacturing, as the machinery is different. All of these differences, in some cases, make it challenging to achieve perfect results in a body shop environment. If quality and accuracy expectations are very high, a body shop may need extra resources, such as more time, more people, more material to achieve the targets. In these terms, Concours Auto Painting can be considered as a resource-rich process. In most paint jobs, we do not need these extra resources to get premium results, however, every paint job comes with its own uncertainties. When needed, we use these resources to create premium results.