Multi-Step Paint Correction

Benefits of Paint Correction

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Removes Imperfections

Multi-step paint correction can remove various imperfections on the paintwork, such as swirl marks, holograms and scratches. This process helps you restore the original shine and smoothness of the paintwork, making the vehicle look new again.

Protects the Paintwork

Paint correction involves removing a thin layer of clear coat to remove the imperfections. This process can also remove surface contaminants, which can help to protect the paintwork from further damage.

Improves Longevity

Vehicles that undergo paint correction tend to have a longer lifespan. This is because the paintwork is protected from environmental factors that can cause damage, such as UV rays and acid rain. Additionally, regular paint maintenance can prevent further imperfections from occurring, ensuring that the vehicle looks great for years to come.

Cost Effective

While paint correction is not cheap, it is often more cost-effective than repainting the entire vehicle. By correcting only the damaged areas, paint correction can save customers money while still achieving excellent results.

The 6-step Process

Before beginning the paint correction process, we thoroughly inspect the vehicle to identify all imperfections and areas of damage.
The vehicle is then washed and dried to remove any surface contaminants that may interfere with the paint correction process.
We use a combination of specialized tools and compounds to gently remove a thin layer of the clear coat, removing the imperfections from the paintwork. The process is typically carried out in several stages, with increasingly finer compounds used to refine the finish.
Once the imperfections have been removed, we polish the paintwork to a high shine using specialized tools and compounds. This step helps to restore the depth and clarity of the paint, giving the vehicle a showroom-like finish.
After the paint correction process is complete, a protective layer is applied to the paintwork to help prevent future damage. This may include a wax, sealant or ceramic coating.
Final Inspection
With the finishing product applied, we will perform a final inspection of your vehicle to ensure that every part of the paint surface has been corrected and that its appearance is restored to its original condition.

Paint Correction Package

✓ Scratch removal

✓ Removes all defects if possible

✓ Greatly improves the depth and gloss of the paint

✓ Coating applied to paint, glass, wheels and trim

✓ 3-year coating (5-year, 10-year and lifetime coatings also available)

✓ 2-year warranty

System X® Ceramic Coating

Registered with CarFax

Available for sedans, coupes, trucks and SUVs

Frequently Asked Questions

The duration of paint correction depends on the extent of the imperfections and the size of the vehicle. Typically, paint correction can take anywhere from one to three days.

No, paint correction will not damage your vehicle’s paintwork if it is performed by a trained professional. The process involves using special tools and techniques to remove imperfections without damaging the paint.

The frequency of paint correction depends on several factors, such as the age of the vehicle, how often it is driven and the conditions it is exposed to. Generally, it is recommended to get paint correction done every two to three years to maintain the appearance and value of your vehicle.

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