WHAT IS PAINT CORRECTION?
Also known as swirl mark removal or machine polishing, paint correction is the reduction or removal of marks in the top layer of paint to produce a more highly defined and clear finish.
Paint correction can involve either the hand or machine application of varying grades of cleanser, polish or compound. The majority of work is usually done with dual action and/or rotary machine polishers to get the best level of correction done efficiently.
Good paint correction requires a high degree of skill and concentration. It can transform the look of a car by dealing with (amongst other things); hard water marks, etching caused by bird muck or fly squash, swirl marks, scratches and fading.
WILL THE REMOVED MARKS COME BACK?
In short, the answer is No. The methods and products that we use to paint correct all the marring and scratches that were removed are gone for good!
However, new marks and swirls may appear again overtime. We are not able to stop future marring or scratches that are caused by outside sources (eg. improper car wash methods, using wrong materials/tools to clean your car, improper or neglecting car wash routines, etc) but we can advise you on how to protect your paint corrected vehicle and how to limit future marring and scratches.
Your car will need a correction detail when:
- Notice swirls or marring
- Heavy scratches are evident
- Car is dull and hazy
- Panels have been painted separately and the app
- Paint color does not seem as defined
PRE DETAIL WASH - Vehicle is prepared by going through our maintenance and detail process
DECONTAMINATION - High end grade Clay-Bar & IronX is used to remove any dirt or contaminants
POLISH - 1 to 3 Stage Paint Correction methods are used to eliminate defects embedded in the top coat
PRE-PREP - Premium cleansing procedure that preps & removes old wax, sealants, polishes, and oil residue
CERAMIC COATING - One to Two layers of Ceramic coating is applied lasting up to 5 Years
SHORT WAVE IR BAKING - Coating is baked on with infrared lamps to ensure appropriate bond and cure