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Polish & Paint Correction

Pricing and timing will vary depending on condition and size of vehicle

  • Starting at $399

Service Description

Paint Correction is a service that can restore the original shine and luster of your vehicle's paint job. It can remove swirls, oxidation, scratches, and other imperfections from your vehicle's paint leaving a smooth and glossy finish. This service will leave your car looking like new and protected from the elements. POLISHING YOUR CAR OFFERS SEVERAL BENEFITS: 1. Improved Appearance: Polishing your car removes dirt, grime, and light scratches from the paint surface, giving it a clean and glossy finish. It restores the shine and depth of the paint, making your car look newer and more attractive. 2. Protection: Polishing helps protect your car's paint by creating a layer of wax or sealant that acts as a barrier against environmental elements such as UV rays, dirt, road salt, and pollutants. This protective layer can prevent fading, oxidation, and damage to the paint. 3. Increased Resale Value: If you plan to sell your car in the future, keeping it in good condition is important. Regularly polishing your car can help maintain its exterior appearance, preserving its value and making it more appealing to potential buyers. 4. Preventing Paint Damage: Over time, dirt, bird droppings, tree sap, and other contaminants can adhere to your car's paint surface and cause damage if left untreated. Polishing removes these substances, preventing them from etching or staining the paint. 5. Smooth and Even Surface: Polishing can help eliminate minor imperfections on the paint surface, such as swirl marks and light scratches. By leveling out the paint, it creates a smooth and even finish, enhancing the overall look of the car. It's worth noting that polishing is a separate process from waxing or sealing. After polishing, applying a layer of wax or sealant helps maintain the shine and protection, extending the benefits of the polishing process. There are 3 stages to Paint Correction: Stage 1 paint correction can generally fix up to 50% of paint imperfections whereas stage 2 paint correction will fix 85%+ correctable defects. Stage 3 is considered a multi-step correction where our technicians will chase out any and all correctable defects for a 95%+ defect free finish. Pricing and Results depend on the condition of the vehicle.

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