Paint Correction & Enhancement Services

Paint correction is the art of restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork of a vehicle by eliminating surface imperfections that dull, oxidize, or haze the surface by reflecting light in various directions. These imperfections include things like swirl marks & fine scratches, etching from bird droppings and acid rain, hologramming and buffer trails or even imperfections left by the manufacturer. All of these detract your eyes from a true clean and sharp reflection. These unsightly distractions can be safely removed on both new and old paint alike, however there are some precautions to consider.

Paint correction is a multistage process of using finishing techniques such as wet sanding, rotary and dual action machine polishing to remove small amounts of the surface material that has been marked, scratched, swirled or otherwise effected.

During this process our goal is to safely remove these imperfections by making sure we are taking accurate paint depth readings. We do this by using a calibrated depth gauge on every body panel to ensure you get the desired result without thinning the clear coat to an unsafe level, which could effect the longevity of your paintwork.

How much correcting your vehicle may need depends on a few variables such as the age and type of paint work,  the correction level and finish desired, and the price point you’re comfortable with. We tailor our corrections to fit your needs and desired results.

All of our paint correction projects are finished with Modesta premium coatings to protect your mirror finish for years to come!

Additional Services

In addition to the correction of paint on automotive applications, our detailing team is skilled in the restoration of plastics, vinyl, and interior surfaces. Our technicians have vast experience enhancing automobile and marine applications, and participate in continuing education from industry leading companies such as RUPES. Contact our office today for a complimentary quote for your next paint correction project!