Paint correction is a term that is now commonly used by professional car detailers worldwide to describe the process of restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork of a vehicle, mostly through the elimination of surface imperfections, that dull, oxidize, or haze the surface by reflecting light off in various directions, therefore detracting from a true and proper, clean, sharp, reflection. These imperfections include things like swirl marks & fine scratches, bird dropping etching & acid rain etching, hologramming & buffer trails, and random isolated deep scratches (or RIDS).

Level 1 Correction:

Level 1 correction is a one step paint correction. This correction will enhance, remove light swirls and give some gloss back to the paint. Great for new or great condition vehicles. 60-80% defects removal

Level 2 Correction:

This correction is a 2 step process. This correction will remove moderate scratches, swirls, oxidation and defects. Then polished to remove light marring and give the paint gloss and clarity. 80-95% defect removal.

Level 3 Correction:

Level 3 Correction is a multi-step process. This correction is to recondition and restore your vehicles paint. Removing heavy scratches, defects and imperfections to prep for medium and light polishing. This is recommended for vehicles that are neglected and the client would like to restore the finish to near perfect.

(Applying a coating is highly recommended to preserve and protect your vehicles paint)