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Showroom Paint Correction in Richmond,Va

Get rid of your paint imperfections and give your car a mirror glaze finish!

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 50-70% improvement

  • Works great for light color vehicles

  • Perfect fit for new cars

  • Add Ceramic Coating


Level 2 - Cut & Polish

  • Includes 5-10 passes (Medium/Heavy Polishing)

  • Restores your car's paint

  • Remove some major defects and deep swirls

  • Up to 70-90% improvement

  • Works wonders for darker color cars

  • Add Ceramic Coating

Simple Pricing


Level 1


Level 2

Restore Your Cars True Potential & Shine

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.

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Real Results. Real Reviews. Happy Customers

Kiley S. Chesterfield

My car looks amazing! It is like a brand new car and I am super happy with the detail! Thank you!

average rating is 4.5 out of 5

The interior of the car had been hit by mold. Full interior cleaned and shampooed. Great service.

average rating is 4.5 out of 5

Mark P. Chester

Great experience with the Ceramic coating. The car was left like new 100% recommended

average rating is 4.5 out of 5

Paint Correction FAQ:

What is paint correction?

  • Paint correction is a process of restoring a vehicle's paintwork by removing imperfections like swirls, scratches, and oxidation, resulting in a more polished and glossy finish.

Is paint correction the same as waxing or polishing?

  • No, paint correction goes beyond basic waxing or polishing. It involves correcting the paint's surface by removing a thin layer to eliminate imperfections, whereas waxing and polishing focus on enhancing shine temporarily.

Can paint correction remove all scratches?

  • Paint correction can significantly reduce or eliminate light to moderate scratches, but deep or severe scratches may require touch-up paint or more advanced repair methods.

How long does a paint correction last?

  • The durability of paint correction depends on factors like maintenance, driving conditions, and protective measures applied afterward. It can last from several months to a few years.

Can I do paint correction at home?

  • Paint correction requires specific tools, experience, and knowledge. While minor touch-ups are possible for DIY enthusiasts, professional results are often achieved through skilled technicians.

Will paint correction remove all swirl marks?

  • Paint correction can significantly reduce swirl marks, making them much less noticeable. However, complete removal may not be possible if they are very deep.

Is paint correction safe for my car's paint?

  • When performed by a skilled professional, paint correction is safe. However, excessive or aggressive correction can thin the paint layer, so it's important to choose a reputable service.

How much does paint correction cost?

  • The cost varies depending on factors like the vehicle's size, condition, and the extent of correction needed. It's best to request quotes from reputable detailers.

What's the difference between levels of paint correction?

  • Different levels (e.g., Level 1, 2, 3) indicate the intensity of correction needed. Level 1 is a basic correction for mild imperfections, while higher levels address more severe issues.

Do I need to follow up with maintenance after paint correction?

  • Yes, maintenance is essential to prolong the results. Regular washing, proper drying techniques, and protective measures like sealants or coatings can help maintain the corrected finish.

Remember that while these FAQs provide general information, consulting a professional detailer for personalized advice about your specific vehicle is recommended.

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