Paint correction is a paint finish refreshment process that removes minor scratches, water marks, light swirls
and marring marks using a machine polish. This process is different for each car, as every car is different
and may require more or less work than the other.
New car? Factory defects, or marks incurred during the build and transport of your new vehicle can be corrected.
It is not a process exclusive to pre-owned cars. An in-person inspection of the vehicles exterior is required to give
an accurate paint correction quote.
A paint correction is often followed by a semi-permanent hydrophobic sealant, a ceramic nano coating. We highly recommend this as a follow up to aid in protecting the newly cleared finish of your car.
Ceramic coating is a semi-permanent hydrophobic sealant often times applied to the vehicle after a paint correction, or on top of paint protection film. The hardness and chemical resistance of the coating preserves the paint corrected finish and helps prevent damage caused by natural elements (bird droppings, bug splatters etc). It's another level of protection, with these features:
hydrophobic - repels contaminates, waters, oil and more
lasts longer than traditional waxes and sealants, with regular maintenance
provides long lasting added gloss, and adds depth
safe to apply on top of paint protection film
easier cleaning and maintenance