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Paint correction

What is Paint correction?

Paint correction is a meticulous process that involves the removal of various types of imperfections from the surface of a car's paintwork. These imperfections can include swirl marks, scratches, and other blemishes that can detract from the overall appearance of the vehicle. The process of paint correction is achieved through the use of specialized tools and techniques that are designed to carefully remove a thin layer of paint from the surface the car. This process reveals a smooth, flawless surface underneath, which can help to restore the shine and luster of the car's paint, making it look like new again. By removing these imperfections, paint correction can help to enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of a car, making it look more attractive and appealing to potential buyers.

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Our paint correction process

Inspect the paint

The first step in any Paint correction is to inspect the paint of any defects and measure the paint with our paint thickness gauge to see how much paint we are working with

2 Bucket wash

After we inspect the paint we give your car a 2 bucket wash, this is to avoid making any more scratches or marks on your cars painted surface


 Next we will chemical decontaminate your car and give it a clay bar treatment, this here is to remove any contaminates or particles that have embeded them-self into the paint

Paint correction

This is the final step which is the paint correction also known as a cut & polish where we go over the car with a cutting compound to remove any micro swirls and scratches and then a polish to refine the cutting compound and add depth to the paint

Paint Correction stages


Stage 1

Paint Enhancement

Stage 1 paint correction is for people that don't have any swirls and scratches and are just looking to enhance there paint for more gloss and depth. this package would be perfect for you


Stage 2 

Cut & Polish

In this stage we go deeper and heavier into the clear coat and use a cut and polish, we first use the cut to remove any micro swirls and scratches then use a polish to enhance & add depth into the paint


Stage 3

Wet sand & polish

This is the most agressive stage of paint correction, in this stage we will be using very very fine sandpaper and water to remove some deeper scratches by sanding the down untill they are flat and level with the paint, then using a heavy cut compound to remove the sandpaper scratches followed by polish to enhance the paint

Why book in for a paint correction?

Booking in for a paint correction is essential to restore the shine and gloss of your car's paintwork Over time, your car's paint can become dull and scratched due to exposure to the elements and general wear and tear. A paint correction will remove any imperfections and restore your car's paint to its former glory, making it look as good as new.

How much does a paint correction cost?

The price of paint correction is not fixed and can fluctuate depending on the severity of scratches, swirls and marks, also colour has a big part when it comes to pricing with darker colours being more expensive than lighter colours. 

How long does a paint correction Take

Paint correction is a process where there are steps we have to take before we get up to the cut & polish stage, a paint correction can take anywhere from 2-4 days, depending on the severity of the scratches and swirls, and the size of the vehicle. 

Can you do. paint correction yourself?

in short yes. You can do Paint correction yourself. but we always suggest booking your car in to a professional. the cost of buying the polisher, polishing compound and the risk of burning through the paint makes it to risky to do it yourself

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