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PAINT CORRECTION PROCESS
The paintwork is properly washed and cleaned to remove any loose dirt and debris, then we decontaminate the surface which safely removes any bonded surface contaminants such as tar spots and industrial fallout.
This helps leave the surface very smooth, which in turn, allows the polishing machine to move freely over the surface, also giving us the true condition of the surface as we are working.
The polishing is usually a multistage process as a range of different grades of polish are used, ranging from heavier cutting compounds, which remove the surface material and deeper scratches to finer products which then remove any marks that the heavier products may have inflicted and refine the finish.
``EXPECTATIONS VS REALITY``
Some scratches or imperfections may actually be too deep or severe to safely remove without risking removing to much surface paint or clear coat and so are minimised and reduced as best as possible using techniques with the machine polisher and polish products that round off the edges of the scratches and make them far less apparent in direct light.
After correction, the panels are wiped down with an isopropyl alcohol which removes any oils that may have been left over from the polish and reveals the true finish, including any areas that may have been missed or require a little more work. Once complete, fully corrected paintwork will shine brilliantly and produce stunning reflections because there are now no nowhere near as many scratches and imperfections to scatter and reflect the light rays off in different directions.