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Paint Correction

Are you passionate about Vehicle and looking to enhance the appearance of your vehicle? At CAD we provide full-service paint correction at our shop located in Auburn Park Dr Auburn, GA.

At CAD paint correction is our specialty and we are proud to stake our reputation on it. Paint correction is a long and labor intensive process through which paint is properly compounded, polished and restored to bring back that like-new or even better than new finish. Utilizing some of the best products and safest techniques, we’re able to take paint in any condition to a whole new level of clarity and shine, without jeopardizing the paint thickness.

Paint Correction

Paint Correction is our most valuable and beneficial service for almost any vehicle. Utilizing two or more stages of machine polishing, the paint is greatly improved and many times looks better than new condition. This is achieved by removing unsightly swirl marks, greatly improving deep scratches or defects and bringing out a clarity that brings the shine, gloss and reflections of the paint to a whole new level. While the level of improvement will greatly depend on the paint type and condition, we are normally able to accomplish 80-95%+ defect removal after two or three stages of paint correction. Recommended for vehicles with paint in fairly poor condition, having moderate defects like fading, oxidation, large amounts of swirl marks, scratches, etc. – Time required: 15 or more hours


*Vehicle is hand washed using sheepskin mitts, then dried with a blower and soft microfiber towels

*Paint is completely decontaminated using a clay bar, leaving a smooth finish

*Two or more paint polishing stages are utilized to remove swirl marks, light scratches and as many severe defects as safely possible to restore paint depth, gloss and shine (some defects may require additional polishing steps or may be too severe to safely remove)

*Paint sealant is applied to exterior painted surfaces and wheels for shine and protection


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