Paint Correction & Restoration
What is Paint Correction or Paint Restoration? Let’s start by agreeing that nothing is perfect. Therefore, the paint on your vehicle must be imperfect. You would expect that after being exposed to the elements, hit by tiny rocks and gravel, love bugs, and other bad stuff, but did you know that virtually every brand new car has imperfect paint as well. Surprising right? This applies to any car – from economy cars to exotic cars costing hundreds of thousands of dollars. Occasionally these imperfections can start at the factory during the painting process but more often they come from the way car dealers handle the cars on their lots. The dealers know people don’t like to look at new cars that are dirty so they wash them a LOT. Unfortunately, this is done by an automatic car wash on-site or manually by a “lot boy” who is pressured to wash as many cars as possible and for as little cost as possible. This is very easy to see if you know what to look for.
Who cares? Honestly, some folks just don’t mind driving around in an average looking car. Most people just don’t know what they are missing. Like anything in life, if you don’t know what you don’t know, then how do you know for sure that something is as good as it can be? Everyone knows how important first impressions are. This is not limited to your haircut, clothing, shoes, jewelry, and other personal aspects. Many times people see your car before they see you and that’s where the first impression may really start.
Paint correction & restoration can be done by itself or combined with other services depending on your needs and budget. Ceramic Coatings and Paint Protection Films look much better with a corrected paint foundation. These products are clear so of course, you can still see those imperfections through them.
So what can be done about these imperfections and just how good can my vehicle look after a proper paint correction service? We won’t bore you with all the details and benefits so take a look at these before and after pictures. These results are very typical, however, every car is different. That is why we offer free consultations. If you like what you see then please contact us so we can let you know what to expect with your car.