The paint correction process itself comprises of a small amount of clear coat or paint being removed from the surface with the use of abrasive polishes, which are applied and worked in with appropriate polishing machines, in order to level out the surface. The polishing is usually a multistage process as a range of different grades of polish are used, ranging from heavier cutting compounds, which remove the surface material, to finer products which then remove any marks that the heavier products may have inflicted and generally refine the finish.
Touch up paint based off the vehicle's VIN
*Most paint costs between $40 and $55. Some unique and multi stage paints may be charged additionally.
*** You may provide your own paint but pictures of the vehicle and its color code as swell as the container of touch up must be provided to ensure a match.