Paint Correction is a process in which swirl marks, scratches, and blemishes on the clear coat are removed. The severity of the clear coat condition will determine the process needed to correct the problem.
The buffing process depends on how severe the paint condition is. The heavier the scratches are in the paint, the more aggressive paint compounding process required to remedy the problem. Buffing requires a consultation to access the paint. If buffing is needed, we will provide an estimate and scheduling options.
This is a less aggressive process than buffing. Polishing is an option for minor swirling and oxidation removal. Polishing a vehicle's clear coat will bring the sleek glass shine back to the paint. Polishing requires a consultation where we will provide an estimate and scheduling options.
After a vehicle has been polished, paint sealing is a great way to prevent the clear coat from oxidizing in the future. Paint sealant provides protection from the elements for up to a year. This can be layered with a coat of wax to get knock out shine.