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Paint Correction

Paint correction is a process that involves restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork of a vehicle to its original condition OR BETTER.  It is done through a series of steps that include compounding, polishing, and finishing. 

Paint correction can benefit your vehicle by significantly improving the appearance of the paint, removing imperfections such as swirls, scratches, oxidations, and other blemishes. 

It restores the paint's clarity, depth, and gloss, giving the vehicle a fresh and showroom-like finish.


Additionally, paint correction can increase the resale value of a vehicle and protect the paint from further damage by creating a smooth and well maintained surface. 

Overall, paint correction can provide a transformative and very satisfying result, enhancing the overall aesthetics and value of the vehicle.  

Paint Correction Steps (add-ons)


1 - Step Paint Enhancement - $150

Using a multipurpose compound we do a light compound a high polish to get rid of light scratches and remove swirl marks. 

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2-Step Paint Correction - $300

Using a medium cutting compound first, we remove most medium cut scratches and swirls.  

After we are satisfied with the first step we use a fine polish and finish with a deep gloss and great shine!


3-Step Paint Correction 

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Starting with a heavier cutting coumpound, moving to a medium cutting compound, and finishing with a high gloss polish.  

Most Scratches and blemishes are no match for a 3 step correction. 


4 - Step Paint Correction

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Our most aggressive system, without wet sanding, tackles almost every scratch (that isnt to the metal) 

Starting with a heavy cutting comopound and a wool pad and moving through all the steps to the fine polish, we do not stop until we are completely satisfied with the paint.  


Wet Sanding 

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Wet Sanding is an aggressive method used to remove deep scratches and blemishes from the paint. 

It is followed by a 4-step paint correction

If your goal is a showroom finish or you have deep scratches to remove, this may be your only option.  

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