SCRS Members,

Refinish Edge and Refinish Inside is two different operations with CCC ONE. In DEG inquiry 8374 CCC states: "depending on the refinish damage and/or refinish requirements one or both may be selected" they go on to define the two as follows.
Visualize a driver side front door:

1. The exterior surface paint time is for the door skin. This is the surface that faces outside of the car when the door is closed.

2. The "inside" is the inside of the door shell; this is the surface area that faces the driver and interior of vehicle when the door is closed.

3. The "edge" is the area between the exterior and interior surface. This would be the crimped area as well as the portion of the door which the user describes as the "jamb" area. This is the area that faces the lock pillar.
The estimating databases are all intended to be used as a GUIDE ONLY - it is important to remember that the auto body professional performing the repair is in a position to thoroughly inspect, diagnose and identify the methodology and their unique cost of the vehicle damage repair.

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