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We are trusted specialists in paint correction processes(aka cut and polish)
Are you having problems with your car specifically with the exterior? Do you have minor swirls, scratches, faded paint, water spots, holograms, oxidation and due to animal droppings? Seems like you may need a cut and polish or more commonly known as paint correction.
What is a “Cut and Polish”?
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What can a cut and polish fix?
A cut and polish can fix many defects including:
- Swirl marks
- Light to medium scratches
- Faded paint
- Water spots
- Entry marks
- Trail marks
- Paint transfer
- Bird droppings
- Single stage Paint Correction ~ from $320
- Dual stage Paint Correction ~ from $450
- Triple stage Paint Correction ~ from $650
Here are common problems that our Paint Correction can fix.
HERE ARE COMMON PROBLEMS THAT OUR PAINT CORRECTION CAN’T FIX.
What is the process?
- First of all, we pre-rinse your vehicle.
- We apply pre-soak (like a bubble bath) to loosen up any dirt and grime.
- Then, we rinsed off the pre-soak.
- Your vehicle is washed using the two-bucket method and microfiber wash mitts.
- We will also decontaminate your paint (Clay-Bar treatment).This leaves the paint clean of all contamination – it will feel smooth as glass. (NOTE: never use a company that will charge extra for the clay bar on top of the package.
- Either one/two/three stage application of compounds to fix defects.
- A sealant is applied to provide protection for the paint for months.
- Above all, a polymer/carnauba wax is applied to add depth, gloss and relentless water beading lasting for months.
How long will it take?
Every job is different but a PROPER cut and polish treatment will usually take at least 4-6 hours. Be very wary of anyone who offers to do it in a couple of hours for less than $200. They will probably not decontaminate your paint, use harsher than required compounds which remove more clear coat or not apply proper sealants to offer on-going protection.
How much does it cost?
Again, every job is different but it will generally be between $300-600 for a high level correction on a whole vehicle. We can combine this with an interior detail if required.