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Paint correction refers to the process of removing paint imperfections

  • 8 hours
  • Prices Vary
  • Maitland - 157 Candace Drive|Altamonte Springs - 506 N. State Rd 434|Orlando - 8119 S. Orange Ave.

Service Description

Paint correction is the process of restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork of a vehicle, mostly through the elimination of surface imperfections. These imperfections include things like swirl marks & fine scratches, bird dropping etching & acid rain etching, etc. Paint correction is a process of restoring and enhancing the appearance of a vehicle's paintwork. Over time, a car's paint can become dull, scratched, swirled, or faded due to various factors such as UV exposure, improper washing techniques, contaminants, and environmental pollutants. Paint correction aims to rectify these issues and restore the paint to its original condition or even better. The process typically involves several steps. First, the vehicle is thoroughly washed and cleaned to remove dirt, grime, and any surface contaminants. Then, a trained professional uses various abrasive compounds and polishing techniques to remove a thin layer of clear coat or paint, effectively leveling the surface and eliminating imperfections like swirl marks, scratches, water spots, and oxidation. The level of correction required depends on the condition of the paint. In some cases, a single-stage correction is enough to restore the paint's gloss and clarity. For more severe defects, a multi-stage correction may be necessary, involving progressively finer abrasives to achieve a high level of refinement. After the correction process, a protective layer such as a sealant or wax is often applied to enhance the shine and provide a barrier against future damage. Paint correction can be a time-consuming and labor-intensive process, requiring skill, experience, and the use of specialized tools and products. Therefore, it is typically performed by professional detailers or car care specialists. Overall, paint correction is a valuable service for car enthusiasts or owners who want to improve the appearance of their vehicle's paintwork and restore it to a like-new condition.

Contact Details

  • 157 Candace Drive, Maitland, FL 32751, USA

  • 506 North State Road 434, Altamonte Springs, FL, USA

  • 8119 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32809, USA


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