Are you tired of driving around in a ride that looks like it’s seen better days? Then it’s time to check out our Paint Correction service. Paint correction is a powerful way to buff, polish, and shine your vehicle’s paint to perfection by permanently removing surface imperfections. This includes scratches, swirl marks, hazing, and other imperfections that make your ride look like a hot mess. During the paint correction process, we shave microns off the clear top coat to make it as smooth as possible. It’s an amped-up version of polishing, but instead of polishing, we compound and polish the painted surface to bring out the true hue and depth of the color.
So what are you waiting for? Come on in and let us work our magic on your car, truck, or van!
Ready to make your car shine brighter than a diamond in the sun? Then you need our Paint Correction service.
Ask us about our Fleet Wrap discounts for 3 or more vehicles!
We make happy customers.
Paint correction is the process of cleaning and rejuvenating a vehicle’s paint by removing surface flaws that dull, haze, or oxidize the surface. These irregularities might be anything from dirt and grime to scratches, scuffs, buffer trails, and more. Paint correction works to remove these flaws rather than simply mask them by using polishes that are applied with a polishing machine to level out the surface.
Paint protection uses products and materials like applying sealant, ceramic or wax to protect the vehicle’s outer surface. Paint protection makes cleaning easier and increases the durability of the exterior. On the other hand, paint correction fixes damage like scratches on the vehicle’s exterior surface.
Waxing is simply a level of protection to help reduce possible paint damage from bugs, bird droppings, etc, and give the vehicle mild hydrophobic qualities. Polishing involves the use of a middle abrasive compound to correct paint damage, buff out minor scratches, and bring your paint back to a high gloss finish.
We’re here for you and your business, let’s get going on your project.