Paint Correction Grand County
Swirl & Scratch Removal
Every vehicle needs a different approach for the perfect paint correction. We are well versed in all sorts of paints, and can handle your custom scheme! This is the solution to swirls, scratches and the majority of paint defects. Get A Free Quote Today!
WHAT IS A paint correction ?
Paint correction though self-explanatory is very involved. It is a labor-intensive procedure that involves hours of machine cutting and polishing your vehicle’s clear coat to remove defects like swirls, scratches, oxidation, & water spots.
LABOR INTENSIVE MACHINE POLISHING & CORRECTION
You can trust us to remove minor and major imperfections in your car’s paint that are suppressing the gloss and overall look of your ride.
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Frequently asked Paint Correction questions.
If you care about the appearance and longevity of your vehicle, having a paint correction done is absolutely worth it. There is no better way to make your car stand out from the crowd and get some serious attention – even from people with zero knowledge of cars.
However, the risk of using these products is similar with being too aggressive with polishing – as it can damage the clear coat of the vehicle’s paint. As a vehicle sits outside, powerful UV rays beat down on the clear coat, eventually leading to oxidation. This creates the faded paint look you see in this image.
The exact amount of time that a paint correction job will last depends on the type of wear that the car sees. If the car is mostly for show, a good paint correction job could last years. If the car is used everyday in mild to semi-mild conditions then a paint correction job could only last 6 months. It is highly recommended to protect the paint with a ceramic coating after paint correction.
As these fine scratches build up, the surface becomes dull and hazed. Paint correction is the use of specialized machines and polishing agents to slowly remove microscopic layers of clearcoat to once again make the surface smooth and mirror like.