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Our auto detailing technicians excel in car paint correction with their expertise and top-notch auto detail tools and equipment. Get in touch with us for an outstanding result.
There are four primary considerations when price shopping for a correction and paint protection company. We’re always available to provide free consultations. Let’s make your vehicle look amazing today!
Our auto detailing technicians excel in car paint correction with their expertise and top-notch auto detail tools and equipment. Get in touch with us for an amazing result.
Our 15-step procedure includes specialized techniques, products, and tools to ensure that every exterior detail meets our discerning standards. Depending on the level of repair requested, this may consist of some or all of the following steps.
This is a process that removes imperfections from a car’s paint. These imperfections may include scratches, swirl marks, and oxidation. We use polisher machines and various grades of abrasive compounds and polishes. The goal is to revitalize the paint to its original factory finish.
A test spot is a small section of a vehicle’s paint that is corrected using the intended process, products, and tools before working on the entire car. It provides a preview of the expected results, allows us to assess the paint’s condition, and adjust the correction process as necessary.
The test spot also allows us to identify any excessive issues with the paint that may require additional attention. This step helps us determine the level of correction achievable, the necessary steps to reach the desired level of restoration, and the amount of time needed to finish the service.
Lastly, a test spot helps us find the least aggressive method to achieve the desired results while maintaining the thickness and integrity of the clear-coated paint. This process ensures the best possible results and minimizes the paint damage risk.
This is a process used to restore and enhance the appearance of a vehicle’s paintwork by removing imperfections such as swirl marks, scratches, oxidation, and other surface defects. It involves two main steps, each targeting different levels of paint imperfections.
The first step is compounding, which involves using an abrasive compound and a cutting or polishing pad on a dual-action or rotary polisher. The abrasive compound removes a thin layer of clear coat and surface imperfections. Compounding targets deeper scratches, swirl marks, and other more pronounced defects. The result is a more even, but still slightly hazy, finish. Compounding is more aggressive, so it’s essential to be cautious and not remove too much clear coat.
The second step in the process is polishing. Polishing involves using a light polish and a softer pad. This step focuses on refining the paint surface, removing any remaining haze or minor imperfections created during the compounding stage. Polishing enhances the gloss and depth of the paint, resulting in a smooth, swirl-free, and high-gloss finish.
After completing the two-step paint correction process, it is crucial to ensure proper paint protection, such as applying a sealant, wax, or ceramic coating, to maintain the paint’s appearance and protect it from future damage.
Wet sanding is a method that removes deeper surface imperfections that cannot be removed by compounding alone. It involves sanding clear-coated paint with wet sandpaper while keeping the surface damp to prevent further damage.
The process requires sandpaper of varying grits and a soapy solution to minimize friction. The result is a smoother surface that prepares it for the compounding and polishing stages. Very few vehicles require this step.
Our Graphene Ceramic Coating, other coatings, or paint protection film are an excellent way to protect the newly revitalized finish of your car. We include a sealant for protection as part of the service. Still, we highly recommend our graphene ceramic coatings, as they will preserve your newly paint-corrected car for up to 10 years.
Ceramic coatings are a highly effective way to protect your vehicle’s paint from environmental contaminants, UV rays, and light road debris, providing long-term protection for your investment. It also makes maintaining your car’s cleanliness easier, reducing the frequency of future correction work.
Installing a ceramic coating is a substantial upfront cost. Still, the durability of the coating is an intelligent investment in your vehicle’s long-term appearance and protection. As a courtesy, we offer promotional discounts when you purchase our graphene ceramic coating with any of our paint correction options.