Orlando Auto Detailing & Paint Correction Specialist
Detailing vs. Paint Correction
Scratches and Swirls are a common issue with many vehicles.
Common details and quick washes may be good from time to time, but every now and then you should treat your car right! Much like the other vehicle services, a proper Paint Correction is a must as well.
A great Paint Correction requires a high amount of skill, knowledge & passion.
How many times have you been to the local (in-out) drive through service and found yourself UN-satisfied?
This damage is mostly caused from quick washes, improper drying, quick wipe downs and just plan poor detailing.
It’s a Brand-New Car?
Vehicles, even at the very high-end, undergo a build process, followed by the ordeal of transportation to the dealer. Once there, they often sit on lots or showroom floors and are frequently subjected to impromptu wipes and improperly executed washes, to say nothing of the local weather, itself – all without ever having been properly protected.
Once you’ve taken delivery of your new automotive investment, the very best way to secure it is with a professional detailing – because “new” doesn’t necessarily equate to “right”.
New Car Prep for Exotics
Most exotics are factory wet-sanded as a matter of course during the production process. Ninety percent of the time there will be at least a few D/A wet-sanding swirls remaining in the paint. Paint Correction and proper leveling are required to address those problem areas.
Every exotic owner knows that these beautiful vehicles are designed and extremely well-crafted for maximum aerodynamics and performance. Materials science has always played a significant part in this process and, in recent years, carbon-fiber has seen ever-increasing utilization for its weight-saving and strength benefits.
Carbon-fiber is fundamentally different from other automotive materials, both in composition and properties, and must be handled differently during the Paint Correction process. Painted and raw carbon have varying reactions to the polishing process, as do Kevlar and carbon-Kevlar – and all must be treated appropriately.