We've all been there, that moment you look at your car under the sun and notice all the swirls and ugly scratch marks on your cars paint.
Believe it or not, these scratches and "spider-web" swirl marks are actually keeping your cars from truly shining at its best!
How did they get there in the first place Mendez?
Most times, these imperfection are formed on your paint due to bad car washing techniques, or improper drying methods.
How We Actually Correct Your Paint
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Get your Cars Paint Corrected & left looking like "new"
Some thing you should know before booking an appointment is the importance of knowing the differences between a level 1, and a level 2 paint correction service. This is going to ensure you're fully knowledgable throughout the process.
Keep in mind every car is unique and different, so vehicle A may look stunning with a level 1, but vehicle B won't even look half decent and may require a level 2 correction which is much more thorough and more in depth.
Level 1 - Polish
Includes 2-3 passes (Light Polishing)
Enhances your cars paintwork
Remove minor defects and swirls
Up to 70% improvement
Total cost with coating is less
Works great for light color vehicles
Perfect fit for new cars
Level 2 - Cut & Polish
Includes 5-10 passes (Medium/Heavy Polishing)
Restores your cars paint
Remove some major defects and deep swirls
Up to 90% improvement
Total cost with coating is more
Works wonders for darker color cars
FAQ: Paint Correction Services in Richmond
What products and tools will be used on my car?
Using different variations of polishers, compounds, lights and towels. Most cars aren't in similar conditions so we will use different methods, techniques, and tools to still get your cars paint to a smooth-as-glass, showroom finish.
Will this be at my home or at a shop location?
Although Mendez Mobile Detailing currently does not have a Richmond, Va shop location. You could opt to drop your car off here at our home-based location.
How long will my car last looking this shiny?
That depends on how often you get your car properly washed and dried moving forward. A great way to keep your car swirl-free and safe is to avoid car washes after any type of paint correction. We also recommend a maintenance hand wash bi-weekly, or even monthly.