Does My Vehicle Need Paint Correction?


It is a common misconception that new vehicles don’t need any paint correction. When vehicles go to the dealership they are prepped for sale. During this process, they typically receive a very quick and poorly done polish. In most cases, they use filler products to hide blemishes and defects. When vehicles are brought to us, we can see these things with proper lighting and can then rectify them prior to any ceramic coatings or protection.

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Is It Safe To Polish My Car?

We use a tool called a paint depth gauge to determine the amount of clear coat left on a vehicle. This allows us to make calculated decision when working on…

How Does Paint Correction Work?

When we carry out a paint correction, we are permanently removing paint defects like swirls and scratches by removing the very top layer of the cars clear coat. We use…