The paint correction process starts with washing the car thoroughly by hand. It is very important to remove dust and grime before continuing to polish the machine.
The regular hand washing method includes pre-cleaning in a few steps and cleaning only with a pH-neutral shampoo. For more information about paint correction in Edmonton, you can visit https://jrsautodetailing.ca/power-plishing-and-paint-correction/.
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Paint decontamination (degreasing)
Even the best washing processes cannot remove all surface contaminants from a vehicle. That's why we continue the deironing step immediately after washing. A surface decontamination system to remove the iron is completely safe and effective in car paint.
Decontamination with paint (clay sticks)
The clay stick process removes stubborn dirt. This step is very important because the stubborn flakes will seep into the paint and cause more scratches when polishing the machine.
Check the transparent color layer
After all visible and hidden dirt has been removed, the transparent coat of paint is examined by one of our specialists. In this step, determine the type of correction needed and what tools and techniques we should use to get the best color correction results.
Machine polish and buffing
The engine polishing step is the actual car polishing during painting. Specialists determine mix combinations for the engine, bearing, and paint to achieve the best results in paint correction.