paint correction and repair

 
 
 
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paint correction:


It's inevitable, you're driving down the road and something hits you. It might be a rock, flying debris or who knows what. Perhaps the sky opens up and hail begins to fall or someone's shopping cart leaves a nice ding in your paint. Whatever the reason, you are going to need paint correction repair.

All-N-1 Auto Detailing can repair swirl and oxidized paint, minor dings-scratches, and hail damage. We use state-of-the-art processes that work extremely well and much more wallet friendly than having your car repainted. You will be pleasently surprised by the results!


The Different Processes Used for Paint Corrections


Scratch and Swirl Removal

Minor scratches, scuffs, and swirls in your paint are the most common, but they are also the easiest to fix. There are several different ways to correct minor paint imperfections like these through buffing, high-speed polishing or using a professional paint touch up product.

Oxidized Paint Removal 

If your vehicle's paint surface is dull, faded, hazy or cloudy, it's probably oxidized and the severity of the oxidation will determine the treatment needed to restore your paint's surface. These treatments could range from clay bar detailing to wet sanding. Contact All-N-1 Auto Detailing and we can help you assess the damage and make a recommendation that is the most suitable for your specific situation.

If you would like more information about how cost effective a paint correction can be, please schedule an estimate. We think you'll be pleasantly surprised!


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Paint Touch Up:


Touch up painting is the method that leaves most people questioning whether or not it can be done without being noticeable. The answer is yes, if you use the right paint product.

At All-N-1, we use the Dr. Colorchip System that provides a permanent touch up repair solution. This system is much cheaper than having your car repainted and will look significantly better within a few feet away and protects against rust.  

See The Process in Action!