Paint correction is also known as swirl mark removal, machine polishing or buffing. The definition of paint correction is the removal of all imperfections in paintwork, such as scratches, water marks, dried bug remains and fading to reproduce an as new condition or better. The process is undertaken by a professional detailer or someone with quite a few years experience in understanding how the structure of paint is applied on a vehicle. It involves the use of a machine polisher, a selection of abrasive compounds and an assortment of buffing pads, together with regular checks with a paint depth gauge whilst polishing, to keep record of exactly how much paint is being abraded away.
Why Consider Paint Correction?
A car’s paint has to endure a lot of challenges thrown up by the environment
·Traffic grime and grit
· Tree sap, industrial fallout, bird muck, dead bugs
· Road Tar
·Water spots (Rain-waterspots)
·People brushing against the car with their clothing or bags
·Poor machine or hand polishing techniques
·Cheap and nasty car washes
Sadly all of these things can leave the finish of a car looking less than perfect and at worst, dull, faded and covered in light scratches, swirls and other marring. Those things detract from your car’s appearance and ultimately reduce its value.
Will Removed Marks Reappear?
NO. Any marring is permanently removed by our paint correction techniques, so the marks cannot reappear.
New marks may appear over time (we can’t stop future scratches), but we’ll provide you with free simple advice to help limit future damage caused by wrong technique of washing and making sure you keep the paintwork in top condition all year round.
At NEW AGE POLISH our services are designed around you. We provide car care packages to suit your needs, so that we are able to polish your car whenever you feel it is needed. To book your car paint correction service or to find out more, contact us at +65 81610131 today.
Edited by newagepolish, 19 October 2017 - 10:44 PM.