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The below photo shows the contrast of the area

in the middle that has been buffed

and the surrounding area that is oxidized.  

Paint Correction

This 1966 Chevy Chevelle actually came from the body

shop like this.  It got a brand new paint job, but it wasn't

properly buffed so it was hazy, it had lots of swirls/holograms

and high speed buffer tracks  

The objective of this service is to "correct" the exterior's imperfections i.e. scratches, swirls, oxidation, scuffs, water marks, etc.  

Paint correction is our specialty, and there is a lot of knowledge and skill that goes into safely correcting a vehicle's exterior.  We offer two paint correction options:

1) quick buff utilizing a medium polish for light correction 

2) full buff utilizing a compound for heavy correction (this option is a two step process first compound then polish)


The quick buff option will brighten the reflection and materially improve the appearance of the vehicle.  It will remove light scratches and oxidation.  There will be imperfections remaining after this service is complete.


The full buff option will remove most of the paint imperfections (deep scratches that are past the clear coat will remain)  This option will provide a showroom finish   


Quick Buff
This service includes a thorough wash with the removal of all tar, sap and bugs
The surface is clay barred to remove all embedded contaminates
The entire vehicle is buffed with a medium polish to remove the exterior imperfections
The vehicle is (waxed) sealed with a polymer paint sealer
Rims are cleaned
Tires are shined


This process takes approx. 2 to 2.5 hours to complete

     2 and 4 door sedans                                                                              $200
     SUVs/Trucks                                                                                          $250


Options: apply ceramic coating instead of polymer sealer.  Click on the ceramic coating button for more information 


Full Buff

This service includes a thorough wash with the removal of all tar, sap and bugs

The surface is clay barred to remove all embedded contaminates

The entire vehicle is buffed with a compound to remove the exterior imperfections

The entire vehicle is buffed with a medium polish to remove compound and as a finishing step
The vehicle is (waxed) sealed with a polymer paint sealer

Rims are cleaned

Tires are shined


This process takes approx. 6 to 8 hours to complete and utilizes many buffing pads

     2 and 4 door sedans                                                                              $600

     SUVs/Trucks                                                                                          $800


Options: apply ceramic coating instead of polymer sealer.  Click on the ceramic coating button for more information 


when it absolutely positively must be like new again

This camper was severally oxidized.  The entire

camper was dull and opaque as seen on the right

side of the below photo.  After removing the oxidized

layer (left side of photo) via buffing, the camper 

looked new again.  

Buffing the exterior can produce dramatic results.  This older model Volvo was severally oxidized. 

After removing the oxidized layer utilizing a dual action buffer, the paint looked new again.  

After buffing this 1966 Chevy Chevelle it had a clear reflective appearance, no swirls/holograms, and no buffer tracks.  It looked like it should have after getting a fresh paint job.