Paint correction is a process used to restore a vehicle’s paint finish to its original condition or even better than new.
It is typically done with specialized polishing and buffing compounds with rotative and dual-action polishers in different sizes. The process can help remove scratches, swirl marks, oxidation and other imperfections from the paint surface.
Single stage polish
Deleting light imperfections with
70% - 80% paint correction factor
2-Step process including paint correction step and hologram-free high gloss finish with
80% - 90% paint correction factor
3-Step polish with heavy compound, swirl removal and hologram-free finish with
90% - 95% paint correction factor
New car / Near perfect
Large swirls and scratches
After the paint correction process every car is washed and rinsed again to flush away all kind of polish dust and residues.
All metal parts such as exhaust tips, metal trims and grills are being cleaned and hand-polished until its original glossy appearance.