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Paint Correction

Bespoke swirls and scratches removal service

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Service Description

The Paint Correction service is an extensive process that focuses on restoring the original shine and gloss of a vehicle's paintwork by eliminating swirls, holograms and pig tail scratches. The paint correction process involves several crucial steps, including the removal of contaminants such as iron fallout and tar spots, decontaminating the paintwork and glass and machine polishing to remove swirls, scratches, and restore the shine. The paintwork is then protected with a professional-grade wax or ceramic coating and the result is a revitalized and rejuvenated paint finish that has a deep, glossy shine and improved overall appearance. The Paint Correction service is an ideal solution for those looking to restore the original appearance of their vehicle's paintwork, as well as for those seeking to maintain its condition over time. Paint Correction refers to the process of eliminating surface imperfections in a vehicle's paint job, such as swirls, love marks, holograms, and pigtail scratches, by removing a layer of the paint. This process aims to reveal a layer with fewer visible defects and restore the appearance of the vehicle's paintwork. The need for paint correction arises due to various factors such as improper washing habits, using the wrong polishing techniques, and exposure to UV rays, which can cause dullness and oxidation. By performing paint correction, it becomes possible to remove the damaged layer of paint and restore the shine and appearance of the vehicle. The number of times paint correction can be performed depends on the thickness of the paint, as manufacturers often use minimal clear coat to reduce costs. Excessive correction can negatively impact the durability of the clear coat and is therefore not recommended. Paint correction can be performed in four steps, depending on the depth of the defects. One-step correction involves using a fine polishing pad and fine polish to eliminate minor imperfections, while two-step correction requires a compounding pad and heavy cut compound to remove deeper defects, followed by a fine pad and fine polish to achieve a perfect finish. Three-step correction involves wet sanding, heavy cut compound, and fine polish, and four-step correction includes a final phase known as "jewelling," where an extremely fine polish and soft pad are used to achieve the highest gloss possible. To find out more, Please feel free to give us a call on 07582725725

Cancellation Policy

All Online booking prices are not final and we reserve the right to charge more or less if the customer chose wrong size or if we discovered other things that may lead to extra charge upon inspection like pet hair, mould or spillages, etc. We require a 72-hour notice to cancel any booking/detailing service. Failure to do so will result in a £30 rescheduling fee. We reserve the right to charge up to 50% of the price of the scheduled detailing service if cancelled by the customer on the day of said scheduled service, unless extreme circumstances could not allow you to keep the scheduled service. We reserve the right to charge £100 non-refundable retainer if customer has cancelled and rescheduled multiple times. We reserve the right to alter or amend a booking time/date without penalty but wherever possible will let the customer know. We reserve the right to alter a booking or move a booking in accordance to weather conditions and/or equipment failure without penalty to the company.

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