Paint Correction

Say Goodbye to Swirls & Other Paint Defects!

What is Paint Correction?

Paint correction, though it sounds self-explanatory, is very involved work. It is a labor-intensive procedure that involves hours of machine cutting and polishing of your vehicle’s clear coat to remove defects like swirls, scratches, oxidation, & water spots.

What type of Paint Defects does a Paint Correction fix?

  • SWIRLS CAUSED BY MACHINE CAR WASHES

  • WATER SPOTS & OXIDATION

  • LIGHT SCRATCHES

  • KEY SCRATCHES

  • ETCHING FROM BIRD BOMBS OR BUGS

"Had my whole car paint corrected due to micro scratches and swirls in it. I also got a ceramic coating put on as well and I couldn’t be more satisfied. Brendan is a very nice guy and great to work with and does outstanding work! Highly recommend!"

                                                          -Brandon C.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do I Know If I Need Paint Correction?


If you look at your car in direct sunlight and it appears dull or oxidized, you need paint correction. If you see swirls on your car left behind by machine car wash bristles, your car needs paint correction. The best way to see the severity of the paint is to stop by your local detail shop and have them show you the defects under special color-matching LED lights.




How Long Does Paint Correction Take?


There are different levels of paint correction. Depending on the amount of defects you want removed, a Paint Correction can take anywhere from 5-16 hours.




Can I Polish Or Do A Paint Correction On My Own Car?


Yes, you can polish your car on your own but if you don’t have experience or the right tools, you take a very high risk of leaving holograms or burning the clear coat.




How Much Does A Paint Correction Cost?


Paint Correction services can range from $300 on the low end up to $1,200 dollars depending on the scope of the work, how many stages are needed, as well as the size and condition of the vehicle.