Faded paint? Unappealing deep scratches on your paint? Or simply want to bring back the brand new, factory gloss on your paint? So Flo Auto Spa, advance paint correction services is the ideal service for you!
Paint correction consists of mechanically polishing the paint to flatten your clear-coat in order to remove scratches, swirl marks and other clear-coat imperfections (i.e. stains). Polishing is also known as buffing or compounding consists of removing a microscopic layer of clear-coat, remove this layer effectively removes imperfections such as scratches but also restore your clear-coat light reflectivity which is responsible for the deep gloss and shine you are after.
Paint correction is best when combined with ceramic paint coatings to lock-in the new factory finish for years and to add a layer of protection that is more resistant to elements and swirls than clear-coat.
In the majority of cases, our paint correction services will transform your paint in glossier and shinier surface than the day you bought it from the dealership - and this is not an over exaggeration. Depending on the level of perfection you are pursuing and the level of imperfections found on your paint, our trained technician can utilize even more aggressive methods such as wet-sanding to achieve levels of gloss and brilliance you never taught even possible.
Paint correction shouldn’t be confused with body shop repair or paint repair. It is the art of repair any defects that are found on the clear-coat of the paint, anything deeper than the clear-coat can be improved by paint correction but not fully removed.
For damages found on the clear-coat, such as swirl-marks, and most scratches or bumper scuffs, paint correction is a cost-effective repair solution compared to body shop solutions.
Paint correction will also retain a higher resale value for your vehicle compared to body shop or paint repairs as it doesn’t involve replacing or repainting a panel on your car. By keeping the original paint you avoid a respray that is never 100% matching the original paint, therefore maintaining a higher resale value.