What is paint correction?
Most people are familiar with the terms buffing or polishing. Paint Correction is the art of removing scratches, bird stains, swirl marks, buffer marks, micro-marring, orange peel, cob-webbing and 3D hologram effects from your vehicles paint. Done correctly, it leaves your car with a brilliant, swirl-free finish.
This is a very extensive level of service that cannot be completed by most individuals. This is carried out by re-leveling the lacquer, or enamel paint. Once this is done the paintwork itself reflects light perfectly at all angles, including direct sunlight.
Let Us Perform an Inspection and Evaluation on your vehicle at no charge
Before you think about getting a new paint job or selling your vehicle, let me come and do an assessment of your vehicle’s condition. Performing this process can correct the paint on your vehicle up to 95% of its original finish. This can be done for a fraction of the cost of a new paint job.
Before I perform this service I provide you with a FREE vehicle assessment to discuss your concerns and expectations. Lastly, we can then schedule a time that’s most convenient for you and you can leave the rest to us!
Paint Correction Detail Packages:
I offer multiple levels of paintwork correction to suit your vehicle’s individual needs. Each package delivers a different level of correction (from minor to major), but both start on the same premise of delivering you remarkable results.
Stage 1 Paint Correction
This stage will remove about 65% of the scratches and blemishes in the paint. The type of blemishes can be, wash induced marring, holograms, and swirling in the paint. I will also polish the paint work to bring out the depth and clarity.
Stage 2 Paint Correction
This is an additional stage to Stage 1. At this point we are looking to get the paint to about 85% clarity. Scratches at this point are getting pretty difficult to find. This type will usually be paint that has been etched from acid rain, bird droppings, micro-marring – caused by improper use of a dual action polisher – or heavy scratches. I will also polish the paint to bring out the depth and clarity.
Stage 3 Paint Correction
This is an additional stage to stages 1 and 2. At this point we are looking to get the paint to as close to perfect as possible. This level of paint correction is usually on vehicles that are receiving very long term paint protection coatings. These coatings are designed to last 5-7 years. they are semi-permanent. In order for a coating of this nature to be installed, the surface below it must as close to perfect as possible. This actually takes the paint to a level of appearance that is beyond that of the factory. You will be able to see details and color of the reflection in the paint. It will produce a mirror like reflection. This will cover the entire vehicle this step is added to steps 1&2