Paint correction is the process of removing surface scratches and imperfections like haze, fading and more from a vehicles paintwork leaving behind a beautiful like new car finish.

It all starts with a thorough bath and wipedown with soft microfiber towels. Paint is then completley decontaminated using a clay bar leaving a smooth finish.

Polishing begins moving from aggressive compound to fine polish while removing swirl marks, marring, scratches, etching, stains, and general wear markings, within the clear coat zone as safely as possible to restore depth, shine, and clarity.

Utilizing two or more stages of machine polishing, this process removes microlayers of clear coat to eliminate unsightly swirl marks, marring, scratches, etching, and surface stains. Eliminating these surface defects brings back shine, depth, gloss, and reflection taking the paint finish to a whole new level. While the level of improvement will depend on the paint type, quality of clear coat, and overall condition, we are normally able to accomplish 80-95%+ defect removal after two or three stages of paint correction. This level is recommended for vehicles with paint in reasonable to fairly poor condition, having moderate defects like fading, oxidation, large amounts of swirl marks, scratches, and general dullness.


This level includes all the Level 1 categories, but includes some paint touch up. Paint chips can result from rocks or gravel thrown up while driving, inclement weather and high winds, or from a collision. For small paint imperfections, down to body material, a paint pen or paint stick is the best choice. The small tip allows filling of the cavity left behind. We then wet sand the surface and rub it out to blend in the repair. Both processes are completed with an application of paint sealant or protective coating to extend the life of the shine.