Paint Correction Explained...
Paint correction refers to the process of removing the imperfections in a vehicle’s finish and restoring it. These imperfections include but are not limited to, swirl marks, automated car wash marring, fine scratches, water spots, etched bird droppings holograming caused by poor washing techniques.
The only true way to remove scratches in your vehicle’s paint is with the process of paint correction.
Paint correction involves the use of machine polishers and a range of different polishes and graded pads. A fully corrected vehicle when viewed in direct sunlight will show only true reflections and no swirl marks, scratches or blemishes will be visible to the naked eye.
Some paint work may require multiple steps of correction, to restore it back to its original gloss.
Firstly, each Paint Correction will require a free inspection to ensure the paint thickness is suitable to achieve the best results. During the inspection any of the above defects will be highlighted and recorded.
To protect the paint correction stage it is recommended to seal the new gloss levels with a Ceramic Coating.
Single Stage Paint Correction to Paintwork (Removing Swirl Marks & upto 75% of Light Defects)
Wheels, Tyres and Arches thoroughly cleaned and dressed
Citrus Prewash and Snow-foam applied and left to dwell for maximum cleaning power
Clay Bar Decontamination of Paintwork
Safe Contact Wash using Two Bucket Method with Grit Guards
Rinsed using Spotless Water
Exhaust Tips cleaned and 'polished where applicable
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