A paint correction is the permanent removal of imperfections within your car paint

to reveal a perfect, deep, glossy shine – just like the day your car left the factory.

Paint Correction is not a just ‘cut or buff’ it is a complete transformation of your car’s paintwork and requires a lot of time and expertise, it is for customers who are looking for the best possible finish for their car paint.

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Imperfections such as, swirl marks,“spider webbing” and holograms are most often caused by incorrect washing, automated car washes, bird droppings, inexperienced detailer’s and the list goes on… Most common practicing detailer’s will fill fine scratches. In other words, your scratches are hidden and will only be revealed after you wash it a few times.

The only true way to remove scratches in your vehicle’s paint is with the process of paint correction. In this process we carefully take away and monitor how much clear coat needs to be removed to get rid of scratches and swirl marks.

In the picture on the right we show exactly how this process looks, the top layer is a clear coat. This is what keeps your paint locked in and shiny. By machining the clear coat surface flat again we are ultimately leaving behind a perfect mirror finish.

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So how do we tell what stage paint correction you need?

Stage One Paint Correction

Suited to cars already in good condition with very minimal to no swirl marks that are just looking for a gloss enhancement as shown in the picture below. A Stage One is not enough to remove deep swirl marks.

Stage Two Paint Correction

Suited to cars with minor to moderate swirl marks and light scratches as shown in the picture below, it involves an abrasive polish to remove imperfections followed by a finishing polish to refine the paint work further.

Stage Three Paint Correction

Suited to cars in poor condition with deeper scratches, heavy swirling or faded paint work, it involves a heavy cutting polish, followed by an abrasive polish then a finishing polish to refine the paint work further.

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