Paint correction is the process of removing imperfections such as swirl marks, scratches, oxidation, and other types of damage from the paint on a vehicle. It is done by using a dual action polisher or rotary polisher with various types of polishing compounds, to gently remove a very thin layer of paint.
Thisservice typically involves multiple stages, each with a different type of polishing compound and pad. The first stage is usually a mild polishing compound, followed by progressively finer compounds until the desired level of correction is achieved.
It is important to note that paint correction is not the same as detailing. Detailing is a broader term that encompasses cleaning, polishing and protecting the entire vehicle, while paint correction is just one aspect of detailing and focuses specifically on the paint.Paint correction is a process that involves removing imperfections such as swirl marks, scratches, oxidation, and other types of damage from the paint on a vehicle. Some advantages of having your car’s paint corrected include:
Improved appearance: The most obvious benefit of this service is that it makes your car’s paint look brand new again. The process removes imperfections and makes the paint look smooth and glossy.
Increased value: A car that has been polished will have a higher resale value than a car with damaged paint.
Cost-effective: Correction can be more cost-effective than repainting a car, especially if only minor imperfections need to be addressed.
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