Paint Correction and Ceramic Coating in Tampa Florida

Paint correction is a process that involves removing imperfections, such as swirls, scratches, and oxidation, from a vehicle’s paintwork. This is achieved by using specialized tools and compounds to carefully remove a small amount of the clear coat or paint to reveal a fresh layer underneath. The goal of paint correction is to restore the car’s finish to its original glossy shine, and this process can take several hours to complete. Afterward, the car’s surface will be smooth, free of blemishes, and protected with 1 or more layers of ceramic coating or sealant to maintain its newly restored appearance.

Ceramic Coating

Ceramic coating is a liquid polymer that is applied to a car’s exterior surface to protect it from scratches, UV damage, and other environmental contaminants. The process involves several steps, starting with thoroughly washing and decontaminating the car’s surface. After this, a paint correction process may be performed to ensure that the surface is smooth and free of imperfections. Then, the ceramic coating is applied with a sponge or spray gun, and allowed to cure for a few hours. Once cured, the coating forms a protective layer that can last for several years, providing enhanced gloss and protection against the elements.