Paint Restoration

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Clay Bar


Industrial fallout such as red iron oxide from metal brake dust and other particles attach to the surface of your paint. These particles cannot be removed from normal washes. However, this can be treated with professional detail clay. A Clay Bar is used to remove contaminates from the surface of your paint leaving your paint silky smooth. This will also treat light cases of waterspots, bug splatter, tree sap and bird droppings which can cause permanent damage to your vehicle’s paint if left untreated. Sometimes the contamination removed is not always visible on the paint to the naked eye. After using a clay bar on your paint, you will be left with a surface that is smooth as glass and properly prepped to polish or apply your layers of protection. 

 


Compounding / Polishing


Is your car paint is looking faded, flat and dull? Maybe you have brand new paint on the car and need to give it that smooth look and feel or you just want to remove years of old car wax. Rubbing compound is the answer. Even with clear-coat finishes, you will be surprised what a good buffing out with fine compound will brighten up the finish by removing the yellowing film and wax that accumulates on the clear coat.
Polishing is usually a 2 –3 step process, starting first with an aggressive polish to remove imperfections, swirls, etc. then followed by a milder (finishing) polish to remove any hazing or slight marring and bring back the gloss to the finish.

Wet Sanding


    Sometimes the only way to remove or lighten a heavy imperfection is by sanding the paint surface. Wet Sanding can remove paint damage such as heavy oxidation, discoloration, scratches and others.  It’s a process that “shaves” down the imperfections such as dirt nibs and excessive orange peel. This procedure flattens the surface, prepping it for better reflection and clarity. Of course after the paint has been sanded it needs to be extensively buffed and polished to reveal the true brilliance and clarity.