going above and beyond to protect your vehicle
Most vehicles on the road today contain paint “swirls” which are caused by many everyday factors including washing your vehicle in an automated car wash, or using towels & dirty household sponges made of coarse fabrics when hand washing & drying your vehicle. Although waxing or polishing your vehicle with commercial products appear to provide a smooth finish, the best way to remedy “swirling” is to have a professional, certified paint correction specialist apply professional materials and methods.
The term “paint correction,” is used by professional auto-detailers to describe the process of fixing and removing swirls, scuffs, marks, and scratches on a vehicle’s top layer of paint to produce a smoother, more polished finish. Paint correction can involve either hand or machine application of varying grades of non-commercial cleanser, polish or compounds. Professional quality paint correction requires a high degree of skill ,concentration and experience. The overall process of paint correction is time consuming and requires a high level of expertise and knowledge. All types of cars, trucks, boats and motorcycles are different with each affected to varying degrees. Therefore, it’s vital that your vehicle be inspected and treated by certified paint correction professionals.
At A&G 360, we implement certified techniques and use the most current equipment, and materials to obtain the highest level of correction possible. Our paint correction services can make a substantial difference completely removing or significantly reducing most marks. We guarantee the resulting finish will have an amazing gloss, depth of reflection and finish.
Your car’s finish is constantly bombarded with harsh contaminants that can cause damage. That damage, over time, will reduce the gloss and clarity of your vehicle’s surface. Regular detailing to deep-clean these areas will help to remove all of these contaminants that get onto the paint, and then most people will apply a wax or sealant to prevent new contamination, and to produce a glossy finish. Waxes and sealants are good, but often times they are not applied frequently enough to offer lasting protection. Most waxes will only provide a month or two protection before another application is due, and sealants can typically range in the 4-6 month durability.
We now have new technologies available to us in the detailing industry that significantly increase the durability of protection. These new technologies come in the form of ceramic coatings that provide the ultimate barrier between your paint (and wheels…and trim), and the harsh elements that your car is exposed to on a daily basis.
Not only will these coatings provide a protective barrier, but they also add gloss and depth to the finish, and they make subsequent cleaning of the vehicle much easier since dirt and other contaminants won’t stick to the surface as easily. When you wash your car afterwards, the paint will continuously have that “freshly waxed” and slick feeling to it.