Paint Correction Services

Paint Correction combines artistry, science, and craftsmanship with the goal of creating the best finish possible on your vehicle's painted surfaces.

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Minor Paint Correction/Enhancement Polish

This exterior detail aims to increase gloss and shine over the correction of any heavy defects. Perfect for vehicles in good condition, daily driven vehicles, and light colored vehicles. Dark colored vehicles can benefit from this service as well, but the processes and results may be limited due to the nature of dark paint. Typically, one mild polishing compound and buffing pad combination is used over the entire painted surface to clarify the paint leaving a finish much better than before. The work is protected with our house paint sealant that is designed to last up to one year when properly cared for. However, we recommend upgrading to one of our ceramic coatings to provide maximum protection to the freshly repaired paint. Prices start at $500.

Major Paint Correction

Excellent for restoring the finish of any vehicle, however this is the best choice for dark, solid (non-metallic) paint colors. If the painted finish is full of swirl marks, scratches, oxidation, and stains, the Major Paint Correction will create a dramatic change in your paint, that is permanent in nature as long as it is well-maintained. Typically, the correction starts with a heavy polishing compound and buffing pad followed by a lighter combination to restore maximum gloss. The work is protected with our house paint sealant that is designed to last up to one year when properly cared for. However, we recommend upgrading to one of our ceramic coatings to provide maximum protection to the freshly repaired paint. Prices start at $1,000.

Paint Levelling and Aftermarket Paintwork Finishing

More times than not, when a vehicle is repainted, the work is not done. Many events can occur during and after the painting process that yield a result that is not ideal for the customer. Dust and dirt can get trapped beneath the clear coat, or a process called shrinkage can occur after the vehicle is painted that leaves the paint looking hazy and dull. While the process varies from finish to finish, typically there is fine sanding work carried out to rectify the aforementioned issues followed by a 2-3 step major paint correction to restore gloss. Pricing varies depending on whether this procedure needs to be carried out on one or more repainted panels. It is best to call for an estimate or schedule a time to bring the vehicle by.