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Paint Correction

Older / Neglected Cars

3 Step



4 Step



Spot Correction

Texture Removal

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Panel Correction

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Scratch Repair

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Correction Packages

(For Newer Cars)

Gloss Enhancement


2 Step



Frequently Asked Questions

What's paint correction?

Paint correction involves eliminating a thin layer of the clear coat to address paint defects like hazing, swirling, micro-marring, staining, and minor scratches. Using proper tools and experience we can safely remove as many defects as possible while leaving as much clear coat ensuring your vehicle is safe for years to come.

What are "steps"?

When referring to "steps" in terms like "2-step correction" or "3-step correction," it indicates the number of distinct polishing processes used to correct the paint. Each step typically involves different levels of abrasiveness and techniques to achieve a progressively refined and flawless finish.

What does this package come with?

Every paint correction project starts with an exterior decontamination detail. This is followed by a step-by-step process of compounding and polishing with different machines, pads, and abrasives. The final step is the application of a hand-applied sealant.

To achieve the best results, we highly suggest having your car coated at this point to enhance the shine and maintain its pristine condition.

How long does it take?

New cars take approximately 1-2 days, while older neglected cars can take 3-5 days.

Are corrections permanent?

Paint corrections are not considered permanent solutions. While they effectively remove surface imperfections like hazing, swirling, and minor scratches, the results can last for a long time with proper care and maintenance. Regular maintenance, such as proper washing and applying protective coatings, is essential to preserve the results of a paint correction.
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