It is easy to understand why a used car might need paint correction from time to time if it hasn’t been protected with a paint protection product. What might surprise you is that even a new car, right off the assembly line, could have some blemishes that need paint correction. In fact, if you are planning to have a ceramic coating put on your new car, there is an excellent chance that some paint correction will need to be accomplished before the coating can be applied.
Even with the advances that have been accomplished in the auto industry, a new car can have several swirl marks, rotary trails, sanding marks, buffing marks, and other marring and imperfections. This can happen on the assembly line, but can also occur during transportation from the factory to the dealership or even on the dealership’s sales lot. Improper washing by the dealership can also enter into the equation. The good news is that a professional paint correction expert can resolve those imperfections and then apply a coating that protects against future issues.
It is important to note that if you don’t follow up with a ceramic coating, there is a good chance that the paint correction won’t be a long-lasting solution. The next bird that targets your vehicle, repeated washing, or even being out in the sun quite a bit can dull and damage the paint. If you want lasting results for your new or used car, turn to us at Savannah Ceramic Coatings for paint correction, followed by one of our ceramic coating packages. We’ll get your vehicle looking its best and stay that way. Call today to learn more.