Highly Rated Paint Correction Offered In Atlanta
Remove the swirls and scratches to bring back your cars gloss.
Most modern cars are painted and protected with a thin layer of clearcoat. The amount of clearcoat that is put onto the car depends entirely on the body shop it is painted at, but as a general rule clear coat on daily driven cars is very thin. When we say thin, we are taking about just a couple millimeters or so.
Since your car is only protected by a thin layer, it is relatively delicate and will tend to accumulate scratches and swirls. These love marks can be removed through a process we in the industry call paint correction or enhancement.
A Paint Correction in Atlanta simply broken down
Each tire and wheel is sprayed down with our wheel cleaner and scrubbed/rinsed
Next the car is rinsed, hand washed, then decontaminated with a clay bar and an iron remover.
Once the car is dried, each panel is wiped down with a isopropyl mixture to remove any last standing dirt or oils left on the paint.
Finally the paint is enhanced or corrected with a dual action polisher, leaving the paint looking better than when it left the factory.
After the paint has been corrected and is in perfect condition, it is now time to protect our work. A wax, sealant or ceramic coating will be applied to the paint and buffed off to a shiny finish.
Paint Correction FAQs
Q. What is paint correction? A: Paint correction is the process of removing imperfections from a vehicle’s paint finish, such as scratches, swirl marks, and oxidation, to restore its original shine and luster.
Q: How is paint correction done? A: Paint correction is typically done by machine using specialized polishes and pads. Our team of experts use advanced techniques and equipment to carefully remove any imperfections from the paint surface. Before the paint correction process begins, the car will go through the Premium Exterior steps to ensure there are no materials being dragged across the paint.
Q: Will paint correction remove all scratches and imperfections? A: While paint correction can remove a significant amount of imperfections, it may not be able to remove all of them. The severity and depth of the imperfections will determine the effectiveness of the correction process.
Q: How often should I have my car’s paint corrected? A: It depends on how often the car is driven and how well it is maintained. As a general rule, it’s recommended to have paint correction done at least once a year to maintain the car’s appearance.
Q: Is paint correction safe for my car’s paint? A: Yes, paint correction is safe for your car’s paint as long as it is performed by professionals using proper techniques and equipment. Our team of experts have the experience and knowledge to ensure that your car’s paint is not damaged during the correction process.
Q: How much does paint correction cost? A: The cost of paint correction can vary depending on the condition of the paint, the size of the vehicle, and the level of correction needed. Contact us for a free estimate and we’ll be happy to provide you with a quote.
Q: How long does paint correction take? A: The time required for paint correction can vary depending on the condition of the paint and the level of correction needed. Our team will provide you with an estimated time frame once we have assessed your vehicle.
Q: Can paint correction be done on any type of vehicle? A: Yes, paint correction can be performed on any type of vehicle, including cars, trucks, SUVs, and motorcycles.
Other Services We Offer
A thorough exterior cleaning that removes both surface dirt as-well as the embedded contaminants that are in your clearcoat.
Make your headlights perfectly clear again with our headlight restoration service.
The most comprehensive interior cleaning Hinton Auto Detailing offers. If it can be cleaned, we will clean it.