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Paint Correction - An overview explained
Paint Correction by Mindful Detailing

💠 Before any paint correction process, a thorough mindful wash and decontamination of the vehicle's paint is performed. The paint finish is properly washed and cleaned to remove any loose dirt and debris. After the wash, the clay bar treatment will safely remove any bonded surface contaminants such as tar spots and industrial fallout.

💠 The process of restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork of a vehicle, mostly through the elimination of surface imperfections, that dull, oxidize or haze the surface by reflecting light off in various directions, therefore detracting from a true and proper, clean, sharp, and shiny reflection. These imperfections are swirl marks & fine scratches, bird dropping & acid rain etching, and random isolated deep scratches or contaminants sitting on top of the paint finish,

💠 These imperfections are properly removed through a paint correction process and are not just merely covered up or hidden with filler-based products. The actual corrective process itself comprises a small amount of clear coat or paint being removed from the surface with the use of abrasive polishes, which are applied and worked in with appropriate polishing machines, in order to level out the surface.

👀✔ A fully corrected vehicle when viewed in direct sunlight will show only true reflections and no swirl marks, scratches or blemishes will be visible to the naked eye.
Ferrari Paint Correction and Ceramic Coating preparation

💠 How do we prevent swirl marks during the wash:

We pre-wash the vehicle with a slick foam shampoo followed by a gentle and mindful pressure wash to remove heavier dirt and debris, two buckets method using a brand new/high-quality wash mitt with our secret shampoo ingredients.

Air pressure dry followed by a plush and new microfiber cloth.

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