Our paint correction process will remove between 60% and 80% of your paint’s swirls, scratches, and other imperfections. The process involves cutting and polishing to get the best gloss and clarity.
Some scratches may not be able to be corrected due to being deeper than the clear coat. However, this is not a way to eliminate all imperfections but to restore the paint to an excellent condition.
Even a car that is still new will need some paint correction. It has been sitting on the lot for a while and was processed, moved, washed, and handled by many people, which can impact the clarity of the paint.
You are committing to your vehicle with the Transhine 2-step paint correction process. It will require you to properly maintain your vehicle after the service has been completed if you want to preserve the shine and protect the paint. You can quickly cause new swirls and scratches from your paint if you use the wrong tools and products for washing and drying.
You may have seen what appears to be cobweb scratching on your paint at times in the sun or at the right angle. These are known as swirl marks, and they are scratches that can quickly ruin your vehicle’s sparkle.
Some of the most common causes of these swirl marks are automatic car washes, cheap towels, or dirty wash mitts. Being aggressive with these tools can very quickly cause your vehicle to display these unsightly swirl marks that need correction.
To create a swirl-free surface, you will need polishing skills and a dual action polisher. To achieve the desired shine, paint correction requires a lot of patience and energy. You can use a variety of polishers and microfiber towels in order to reduce scratches.
At Transhine, we specialize in eliminating these unsightly imperfections with state-of-the-art equipment and many years of experience. Contact us today to see how we can give your car that new-car shine again.
It is best to continue maintaining your paint after a paint correction has been completed. You must wash and dry the vehicle properly to maintain a swirl-free finish to your paint. You should also maintain your vehicle by servicing it every two weeks to ensure it is clean and free from dirt and other debris.
Yes, without proper care the swirl marks can come back over time. Automated car washes, aggressive brushes, dirty mitts, and cheap drying towels can all bring the swirl marks back. Ensure you use the proper equipment to wash your automobile to extend the paint’s longevity.
PPF is a clear, durable film that protects the paint from rock chips & road debris (see our Brea XPel Paint Protection). It acts as a protective
barrier between your paint job and rocks or bugs heading towards your car at 70MPH. When it collides,
the film absorbs the impact. Originally designed for military application, is had been redesigned or cars.