Paint correction (machine buffing or machine polishing) is the process of leveling / removing or minimizing defects such as scratches, swirl marks, surface contaminants, water spots, and oxidation to restore your paint back to its original condition. Clearcoat texture is reduced on a microscopic level to even the surface finish. The goal is to remove these defects while preserving the clear coat as much as possible.
Deep scratches beyond the clear coat are not fully correctable with this method but they can often be minimized depending upon the depth of the damage. Damage to the base coat would require repainting procedures for this type of correction and is not within the scope of our services. We can refer you to several reputable auto body shops for this type of paint repair.
Paint correction is a labor-intensive and time-consuming process which requires well trained visual awareness and the skill-set to perfect the art that goes into restoring the paint. We are trained in Rupes procedures and employ their products with our correction methods. These products are designed to pull out imperfections and contaminates rather than adding temporary fillers to the pores of the paint as some products do.