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Paint Correction Detailing at SweetCars

We pride ourselves in being able to provide the highest level of detailing to vehicles both locally and nationally. One of the most requested services is paint correction. Not your typical “buff and wax” job, true paint correction is done with a meticulous approach. We first use a polishing process to eliminate scratches and swirls on the paint surfaces. We then polish or “jewel” the paint to an intense gloss and finally protecting that finish while enhancing the gloss yet again. This is done safely without marring the paint or creating holograms.

The car being detailed is only as good as the products being used to detail it. Here at SweetCars, we use the highest quality products which are renown in the high line detailing industry, along with the latest in paint correction techniques. Stop in or call us today for a quote for your vehicle. You will never look at paint the same way again. Here are some pictures of cars that have been through our paint correction process as an example of what a difference paint correction can make on a vehicle’s finish.

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