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What is car paint correction?

Also known as swirl mark removal or machine polishing, paintwork correction is the reduction or removal of marks in the top layer of paint to produce a more refined finish.
Paint correction can involve either the hand or machine application of varying grades of cleanser, polish or compound. The majority of work is usually done with orbital machine polishers to get the best level of correction.
Good paint correction requires a high degree of skill and concentration, but done properly, it really can transform the look of a car by dealing with (amongst other things); hard water marks, etching caused by bird muck or fly squash, swirl marks, scratches and fading.
Done professionally, paint correction is entirely safe and will not cause any issues for your paint.
Why consider paint correction?

A car’s paint has to deal with a lot of environmental challenges:
Road grime and grit
Bird muck, fly squash and tree sap
Water spots
People brushing against the car with their clothing or bags
Poor valeting techniques and/or products
Poor machine or hand polishing techniques
Auto car washes

Our gloss enhancement is designed to enhance the look of your paint with a single polishing step. This will remove slight oxidation, light swirls, and give the paint a deeper, wetter look.

Proper car paint correction methods remove a majority of the paint defects and restore the gloss and depth in the paintwork. The end result will be a much better looking paint, a higher gloss, and a look that rivals a brand new car.

This car paint correction will result in a glossy paint finish, creating a shine that will leave long lasting impressions. Paint correction provides a complete transformation in the look of the car. A full car paint correction eliminates all defects that can be safely removed without over-thinning the paint. This paint correction service create the highest gloss and depth at the highest and deepest levels possible. Many professional car detailing customers even say that their car paint looks better than new!

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