Paint Correction - Philosophy
Paint Correction is the process of restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork on a vehicle via a machine and man hours, we use advanced techniques in today's era and also use premium products to eliminate surface imperfections that dull, oxidise, or haze the surface by reflecting light off in various directions, therefore detracting from a true sharp proper clean and reflection. These imperfections include things like swirl marks and fine scratches, bird drop etching and acid rain etching, holograms, buffer trails, and random isolated deep scratches.
It is important to have the correct tools and skills while performing a paint correction properly, knowing you are in good hands with One Touch having polished over 1000+ vehicles to date allows us to properly analyse, correct, and polish any vehicle. Having the correct compounds and pad combinations allows us to aim and achieve a better than new result according to your vehicle's overall condition each time.
How Is Paint Damage Inflicted?
Paint correction is a process of restoring the paint on a vehicle to its original condition by removing surface imperfections such as swirl marks, scratches, and oxidation. The process involves using abrasive compounds and polishes to remove a thin layer of the clear coat and paint, leveling out the surface and restoring a high-gloss finish.
The benefits of paint correction include:
Improved appearance: Paint correction can remove swirl marks, scratches, and other imperfections that make a vehicle look dull or damaged, restoring a like-new finish that can enhance its appearance and value.
Protection: By removing imperfections, paint correction also removes the sources of potential damage to the paint, such as dirt and debris that can get trapped in the swirl marks. This can help to protect the paint and prevent future damage.
Increased lifespan: A vehicle that undergoes regular paint correction will likely have a longer lifespan, as the removal of surface imperfections can prevent corrosion and other forms of damage that can ultimately lead to more extensive repairs or replacement.
Improved resale value: A vehicle that has undergone paint correction will likely have a higher resale value than one that has not, as it will be in better condition and appear more appealing to potential buyers.
Overall, paint correction is a highly effective way to restore the appearance and protect the paint of a vehicle, providing a range of benefits that can help to extend its lifespan and maintain its value.