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Correcting A Lightly Swirled GTS Paint Job

 

HSV Paint CorrectionWhen it comes to paint correction, we often get customers who actually believe that paint correction is some sort of magic bullet that can restore all levels of damaged car paint. It must be understood that paint correction can only restore scratched, weathered or damaged paint work as long as there is enough clear coat to work with.

Even when it comes to paint correction schooling, these are just one of the principles we teach. Even when it comes to learning how to detail cars. You can only correct paint as long as you have material and enough paint thickness to work with. Restoring  damaged paintwork from swirl marks or etchings using machine buffer, pads and compounds is an art. The HSV pictured here turned [...]

Paint Correction On Commodore

 

Along our travels of carrying out paint correction on some rather heavily damaged cars, we sometimes decide to do a write up on some of the cars that are entrusted to us for paint restoration. Restoring cars with paint correction and seeing just what is possible is a sight to behold once a car has been restored from weathered, scratched , faded or just down right stuffed up paint. So we decide to do some write ups on some of these cars so you can see just how good cars can look when treated by a paint correction professional Although this page is new it will slowly fill out with more and more cars on car detailing jobs, so please drop by and a have a look at some
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Black Car Detailing Specialists

Black Car Detailing ExpertsDo you own a black car ? Do you find it hard to keep a black car clean and free of swirl marks and scratches ? Do you keep having car detailers tell you black is the hardest colour to restore and that paint correction can be difficult with black ?

Do car detailers keep telling you that it is also expensive To Restore Black Paint ?

Well, surprise shock about black. Black is ” NOT ” the hardest colour to restore and it’s not the hardest colour to fix with paint correction. It is in fact the easiest colour to restore.

This is an industry forced perception upon unsuspecting car owners that black is the most difficult colour to restore or fix [...]

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