Paint correction is a long and labor intensive process of leveling/removing swirl marks and scratches in the top layer of your paint’s finish.
We check the paint’s thickness to determine which is the best and least invasive process to polish and compound the surface of the paint. We then begin the polishing and the jeweling process to bring luster and gloss to the paint’s finish to the ultimate level.
This process regularly requires a minimum of 3 hours but can take up to 2 days depending on the level you select.
It’s hard to narrow down the reason for each vehicle. But, here are a few possible reasons:
- Road dirt
- Brake dust
- Tree Sap
- Bird Droppings
- Sprinklers hard water spots
- People brushing against the car with their clothing or bags
- Poor Detailing techniques and/or products
- Improper washing techniques/car washes