Two of the most famous car paint shops in the world have closed, with the shop’s owners blaming the industry for a spate of paint leaks.
The paint shop in the British city of Manchester closed last year, and has been closed since.
But the owners of the Paint Shop of Manchester, which has more than 50 employees, have been left to fight for their survival in an auction house.
Owners said they received a notice last month that they had been notified by their car paint suppliers that they could no longer sell their paint in the city.
“We have had a letter and it has been sent to us,” said the owner, Mark Bunn.
They had been receiving complaints from customers about paint leaks at the shop and had also received complaints from the government about cars being parked on the property.
The letter said: “Your car has been left parked on our property for a number of days.
You are now notified that this is not allowed.”
The owners said they had heard similar complaints from residents of nearby houses.
A spokesperson for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said: “The paint business is one of the largest in the country and has a strong reputation for producing outstanding products.
It is our responsibility to investigate any claims of any kind and take appropriate action if necessary.”
A spokeswoman for the National Paint & Car Paint Association, which represents the paint industry, said: “Our customers are concerned about their health and wellbeing and are understandably anxious about what could happen.
If you are concerned please contact your local police station or local council.
For more information please visit: www.paintandcarpaint.co.uk/contact-us.”
It’s a familiar story for the paint shops across the UK.
In 2015, the paint shop of Manchester was fined £25,000 for failing to maintain a safe working environment.
And last year the car paint shop owned by one of Britain’s wealthiest families was hit with a record fine after a spate the paint was being left in the car for two weeks.
Paint shops are a big business in Britain, and the paint companies are often the biggest employers in the industry.
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The paint shops are often run by small business owners and are the largest employers in England and Wales.
These include the Paint & Paint shop in Manchester, the Car Paint Shop in Liverpool and the Paint Bar in Bristol.
One of the owners, Mark, said they were lucky to survive.
He said:”I’ve had a lot of money and the people who work there are great, and I’ve got a great family.”
I just don’t have the funds to survive on the job.
I’m lucky to have this job because I’ve done my homework and I have done the paperwork.
“”I’m so lucky I can afford to do this,” he added.
Mr Bunn said he did not have a car, but he did have a small paint brush and an old paintbrush.
When the paint business was taken over, he bought a new car.
There are about 500 paint shops around the country, but in the past five years, there has been a big drop in the number of shops.
Mark said the car owners had to pay the bills and it would be difficult to survive with the loss of business.
Many paint shops have been forced to close or closed by the car manufacturers.
Some shops are being taken over by car companies.
According to the British Paint & car Paint Association: A report by the charity found that of the 3,500 paint shops which operated in England, 2,700 closed between 2011 and 2017.
Most paint shops closed between the end of 2015 and the end-of-2017.
While there are plenty of car companies out there, there is also a growing number of paint companies operating in the UK, including two that are owned by car makers: Honda and Honda India.
Car manufacturers are expected to spend around £1.8 billion a year on paints.
Earlier this year, it emerged that a third of the cars sold in the US were painted with synthetic paints.