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Full Paint Correction
Frequently Asked Question Based From Clients
Detailing is the process of restoring a car to its factory condition. Detailing can include such things as buffing, waxing, polishing, and detailing the interior.
Buffing removes swirls, scratches and other imperfections from the paint using a fine-grit cloth. Wax is applied to the painted surface to protect it and provide a glossy finish. Polishing buffs off any minor blemishes or scratches while leaving a brilliant shine. Finally, detailing cleanses and washes away any remaining wax, polish or dirt particles.
Detailing your car can not only make it look great but also reduce the amount of dust and dirt that accumulates over time. This helps to keep your car running smoother and less likely to experience problems.
It can take anywhere from a couple hours to a day depending on how much detailing is needed and the condition of the car.
Paint correction is a technique used to remove imperfections from the paint surface. Compounding is the process of adding compounds to the paint wheel, which results in a smoother and brigher finish. Polishing or buffing use circular motions with a cloth or buffer to create a shiny finish.
Removing scratches and swirls in paintwork is a process of restoring the luster to the vehicle’s finish. Filling scratches and swirls with filler materials can repair them, but will not restore the original finish.
The weather can impact the appearance of your vehicle, but a detailing service will help keep it looking its best.
Detailing during the winter or when its raining can help prevent your vehicle from getting dirty. A layer of dirt and snow on your car will be removed while the detailing is taking place, which will minimize the amount of time you need to spend cleaning it yourself.