Paint Correction is another term for “cut and buff” or “paint restoration” as some may have heard. To put it simple, we remove all surface scratches and imperfections in your vehicle’s clear coat. Like this…
Have you ever noticed your paint looks like the picture shown, or it is dull and faded?
Our paint correction process is the only answer to truly removing these visual nightmares. Many companies will tell you these scratches can not be removed and can only be filled. We call that “make-up”. Our paint correction process does not fill your scratches but truly removes them.
To remove imperfections, bring clarity, depth and perfection to the paint, we use a rotary or dual action polisher partnered with a compound and/or polish to completely remove these “swirls” and scratches. This process is very extensive and time consuming, but the results will speak for themselves.
Paint correction is best partnered with our ceramic coating. We believe that the time and money spent restoring your vehicle’s paint should be shielded from further abuse by coating it.
The picture below is Michuel and me going through a three day in depth training on how to provide the best paint correction and detail services possible.
Are you tired of taking time out of your schedule to have your vehicle washed & protected? Is your vehicle not as glossy or perfect as you'd like it to be? These problems have hounded auto owners since the first Model T rolled off the assembly line. Luckily, modern technology has made maintaining your vehicle easier than ever.
Ceramic coatings contains a chemical called Sio2 (silica dioxide). This chemical is the primary component found in glass and is what gives glass its strength and durability. Ceramic coating creates a glossy, hard and sacrificial barrier over the surface of your paint to shield abuse from harsh chemicals, UV rays, bird droppings, mechanical abrasion (dust and dirt while driving) and much more. One or more layers of ceramic coating will protect your vehicle for years, rather than months. Lastly, ceramic coatings make any surface they bond to very hydrophobic or slick (making it very easy to wash and maintain). After all, “protection” is key for anything we value and enjoy in life.
When installing a ceramic coating, it is important to have a professional do the preparation and installation. A coating will fail prematurely if the surface isn't prepped correctly as the coating will not adhere to the paint. Our detailers are trained on both the prep work and the installation to make sure that you get the most life out of your coating. Properly installed coatings can last 2-4 years.
Again the key benefits are…