What Is Paint Correction?
Paint correction is the process of leveling (removing) imperfections in the surface of the paint.
This can include a variety of issues and causes like water spots, paint over spray, wash scratches, wipe down marks, bird dropping surface stains, oxidation and buffer holograms.
This process can involve a significant amount of time. We have spent over 20 hours on one vehicle, but, 6-12 hours is typical of most vehicles. It involves using specialty polishing machines in different sizes, many different levels of diminishing abrasives, different compounding/polishing pads and sometimes sand paper.
Our process is different on every paint job. They can vary in hardness, thickness, and depth of imperfections. Every vehicle requires a different process or combination of machines based on the vehicle. This is why all of our vehicles go through a comprehensive detail inspection.