top of page


Where professional detailing meets flawless results.

Paint correction is the process of removing defects from your paint such as scratches, swirls, oxidation or any imperfections to restore the paint to like-new conditions. It is normal that your vehicle loses its polish or shine over time. Therefore, in this process, the original polish is restored.

Revealing a fresh layer of clear coat results in an increase in clarity and color.

Correcting your paint from any embedded debris and scratches makes it easier for your protection to bond to the fibers of the paint more securely.  Polishing brings the paint to a point that is more flat and true. 

Untrained paint correction attempts could result in paint holograms, scratches and buffer trails.

Bird droppings are time bombs that, if not removed quickly, can cause paint etching. 

Road tar sits on top of your paint and comes from a buildup of road contamination from your car's tires.

Clear coat failure appears as subtly dull or white patches. As oxidation continues, paint begins to flake off.

Before paint correction the detailing specialist shall analyze all the types of previous and current damages such as flaking, peeling, cracking and repainting, exterior conditions and analysis of rust, damage from acids and other effects of oxidation, etc.

Chemical Decontamination


The first step, chemical decontamination, will use a product that contains special chemicals that react with millions of microscopic contaminates caused by a plethora of environmental sources to break them down and make them easy to wash off your paint. This step will be able to remove the smaller piece of contamination the mechanical process can't quite reach.



A clay bar is used to decontaminate embedded grime. Key to removing any impurities, traces of overspray and other residue that cannot be removed with normal detergents. Makes paint as glass smooth as possible

Machine Compound / Polishing


Both compounding and polishing are similar, but they each target a different end result. Compounding focuses on correcting your vehicle's clear coat to restore it as much as possible to its original condition, removing issues such as scratches and uneven surfaces, while polishing focuses on the end result of a shiny and smooth surface. 1-step paint correction is the process of removing up to 60% of imperfections. 2-step paint correction is the process of removing up to 90% of imperfections.

Paint Protection


If you do any paint corrections you must always add a protectant otherwise all your hard work will quickly go to waste by enviornmental things like sunlight, rain, bird & tree droppings, etc. Providing your car with paint protection will not only give your vehicle a gorgeous new exterior but also save you hundreds to thousands of dollars each year. Paint protection will reduce the need for the paint correction process in the future, along with giving your car an enhanced level of shine and protection.

In Conclusion

Paint correction can come in many different forms and sizes. We help you understand each package so you can have confidence when deciding on what's best for your car!

Need a professional paint corection? Book online or view our packages now and contact us when you're ready!

bottom of page