Paint Correction Services

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Paint correction is a specialized automotive detailing process that involves restoring and enhancing the appearance of a vehicle’s paintwork. Over time, a car’s exterior can develop imperfections such as swirl marks, fine scratches, water spots, and oxidation due to exposure to environmental factors and improper cleaning techniques. 

At Mountainside Mobile Detailing, we bring our expertise and precision to every paint correction job, ensuring that your vehicle’s paintwork is restored to its original glory.

Red Cadillac Escalade after exterior detail

Our Services

Services We Provide

Paint Enhancement (One-Step):

Starting at $200

Our paint enhancement service is a one-step process designed to revive your car’s shine and gloss. It involves a single stage of machine polishing, which can effectively reduce minor surface imperfections and restore a glossy finish to your vehicle’s paintwork. This service is ideal for vehicles with light swirling or those in need of a quick refresh to enhance their appearance.

 

2-Step Paint Correction:

Starting at $500

A more intensive option is our two-step paint correction service. This process involves an initial cutting stage to remove moderate surface imperfections such as scratches and swirl marks, followed by a refining stage to polish the paintwork and restore a deep, glossy shine. This service is suitable for vehicles with more noticeable paint defects that can’t be fully addressed with a single polishing stage.

 
Man polishing the paint on a GMC Sierra performing a paint correction

2-Step Paint Correction:

Starting at $500

A more intensive option is our two-step paint correction service. This process involves an initial cutting stage to remove moderate surface imperfections such as scratches and swirl marks, followed by a refining stage to polish the paintwork and restore a deep, glossy shine. This service is suitable for vehicles with more noticeable paint defects that can’t be fully addressed with a single polishing stage.

 

Full Paint Correction:

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Our full paint correction service is the most comprehensive and involves multiple stages of machine polishing. This service is designed to address severe or deep-seated paint imperfections, restoring the paintwork to near-perfect condition. It includes multiple stages of cutting and refining to ensure a flawless finish. This option is ideal for vehicles with significant paint defects, including deep scratches, heavy swirl marks, or severe oxidation.

By understanding the differences between our paint correction services, you can choose the one that best suits your vehicle’s condition and your desired outcome. No matter the service you select, rest assured that Mountainside Mobile Detailing will deliver professional, high-quality results.

Enhance Your Vehicle Through Paint Correction

Paint correction restores your car’s paint to a mirror-like finish, making it look as good as new. Say goodbye to swirl marks, water spots, and dull paint.

Frequently Asked

General Questions

Does your vehicle’s exterior lack that pristine shine it once had? If so, it’s time to consider our professional paint correction services in Colorado.

Paint correction is a meticulous process of restoring and enhancing the finish of a vehicle’s paintwork. It involves removing imperfections such as swirl marks, scratches, water spots, and oxidation to reveal a smooth, glossy surface.

Over time, a vehicle’s paint can accumulate imperfections due to factors like environmental contaminants, improper washing techniques, and age. Paint correction is necessary to restore the paint’s original luster and protect it from further damage.

Paint correction can effectively address various imperfections, including swirl marks, fine scratches, bird droppings etching, water spots, holograms, and oxidation.

While paint correction can significantly improve the appearance of the paint, it may not remove extremely deep scratches or certain types of damage. The extent of correction depends on the severity of the imperfections.