Discover the ultimate solution for restoring your car’s paintwork to its former glory with our paint correction service!
/ What is paint correction?
Paint correction is a process of restoring the appearance of a car’s paintwork by removing imperfections such as scratches, swirl marks, and other defects. It involves using a combination of machine polishing and abrasive compounds to carefully remove a thin layer of the clear coat or paint to level the surface and remove any blemishes.
Our goal is to restore the original shine and smoothness of the paint, leaving your car looking as close to new as possible.
/ What's included?
/ What's the final result?
After a paint correction service, your car’s paintwork will look dramatically improved. Any swirl marks, scratches, or other imperfections will be removed from the surface of the paint, leaving it smooth, shiny, and restored to its original condition. The color of the paint will be more vibrant and deep, with a mirror-like finish that reflects light beautifully.
The surface of the paintwork will also feel incredibly smooth to the touch, as any roughness or blemishes will have been removed during the correction process. This not only improves the appearance of the car, but also makes it easier to clean and maintain, as dirt and contaminants will be less likely to stick to the surface.
The smooth, defect-free surface of the paint will reflect light in a way that makes the colour appear richer and more vibrant than ever before.
You'll be amazed at how much of a difference a single paint correction service can make in the overall appearance of your vehicle
Yes, paint correction can be performed on various types of vehicles, including cars, trucks, motorcycles, and even aircraft. The process is suitable for vehicles with clear coat finishes, which is the most common type of automotive paint used today.
The longevity of paint correction results depends on several factors, including how well the vehicle is maintained after the treatment.
Proper washing techniques, regular waxing or sealing, and protection from environmental elements can help preserve the corrected paint finish.
With proper care, the results of paint correction can last for several months to 10 years+
While paint correction can significantly reduce the appearance of scratches, it may not be able to completely remove deep or severe scratches that have penetrated the clear coat or reached the base layer of paint. However, we’ll be able to give you a definitive answer once we’ve inspected the vehicle.