What is Paint
Correction?

Paint correction is the process in which the clear coat of your vehicle is leveled out by using a machine polisher and compound/polish to remove swirls, oxidation, marring, etching, and scratches. We check your paint’s clear coat and use only the best products and equipment to ensure the best results for you.

Level 1

PAINT REFINEMENT


When this service is for you

  • Just purchased a new vehicle
  • Selling current vehicle
  • Enhancing shine
  • Light marring (very minor scratching)
  • Ceramic coating prep for new vehicles

​​​Pricing starts at $400+

Level 2

PAINT REFINEMENT


When this service is for you

  • Used in automatic car washes
  • Has moderate to heavy swirling
  • Oxidation or cloudy paint
  • Ceramic coating prep for used vehicles

​​​Pricing starts at $525+

Heavy Scratch Removal

PAINT REFINEMENT


When this service is for you

  • Severe swirling or scratching
  • Looking to achieve perfection
  • Wanting “orange peel” removed
  • Wanting to restore a classic, exotic, or show car

​​​Pricing starts at $125 per hour
​*Vehicle must be seen in person prior to estimate

My car is brand new.

Why do I need Paint Correction?

As with most things in life, things don’t always appear as they seem. From the factory, car manufacturers, and dealers, make the paintwork appear good enough to pass a quick look test. We are here to make sure there are no leftover sanding marks, holograms, or other paint defects and really enhance the shine of your pride and joy.

Common Questions

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…

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…

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…
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