Before considering a new paint job, you should stop by for a second opinion. Most of the time a vehicles paint can be restored to a like new appearance. This is done because a actual paint correction process comprises of a small amount of clear coat or paint being removed from the surface, with the use of wet sanding and abrasive polishes. Therefore leaving the paint looking it's best. Above is an example picture.
Our goal is to make the paint look flawless and close to new as possible. The photos above are an example of a F-150 pickup truck we polished. IS IT WORTH IT? Absolutely our price starts as low as $425. A new paint Job will cost
This process is perfect because its not too aggressive. Designed to remove light to moderate surface imperfections like surface scratches and swirl marks. This process starts as low as $425 and involves the following:
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Design to remove moderate to heavy surface imperfections like swirl marks, scratches, to include sand marks P2000 or above. This package starts as low as $625. It Includes:
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This process is the last result before you consider to repaint the vehicle. design to remove heavy oxidation, RIDS ( random isolated deep scratches ), swirl marks, dullness and much more. Starting at $925 this process includes:
Paint correction is a term that is now commonly used by both professional car detailers and car cleaning enthusiasts worldwide to describe the process of restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork of a vehicle, mostly through the elimination of surface imperfections, some examples include things like swirl marks, fine scratches, bird dropping etching, acid rain etching, hologramming, buffer trails and random isolated deep scratches (RIDS).
The actual corrective process itself comprises of a small amount of clear coat or paint being removed from the surface with the use of wet sanding and abrasive polishes.
The polishing is usually a multistage process as a range of different grades of polish are used, ranging from heavier cutting compounds, which remove the surface material, to finer products which then remove any marks that the heavier products may have inflicted and generally refine the finish and levels out the surface.
Lastly, it is important to distinguish between paintwork that has been truly corrected and paintwork that has been treated with products that are designed to mask and fill surface imperfections such as an all in one polish for example. This should not be referred to as paint correction even if no scratches or blemishes are apparent, because they have not been genuinely removed and are still present under the products fillers, which in time, will wash away and reveal them once more.
We understand some customers are not in need of a paint correction and is looking for just a wax. Click the link below to be redirected to our exterior service.