Paint Correction - (Cut & Polish)

Is your paintwork looking dull, no shine, maybe even rough to your touch?

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Car Care’s Paint Correction may be just what you need – we remove damaged paint and then seal and protect the remaining paintwork.

Our Paint Correction Includes the following:

  • High pressure spray
  • Detergent wash of exterior, including wheels
  • Clay bar/cloth treatment to remove damaged paint and surface contaminants
  • High pressure rinse
  • Mask all trims as necessary
  • Buff paint with a cutting compound to remove remaining damaged paint & scratches.
  • Remove residue from buffing with microfiber cloth
  • Polish with a fine to medium cut polish
  • Remove residue with microfiber cloth
  • Remove protective masking tape
  • Seal and protect newly exposed paint*
  • Rejuvenate exterior rubber and vinyl trims
  • Clean windows inside & out
  • Blacken & gloss tyres

*Optional Extra: For an extra smooth glossy finish and longer lasting protection we can apply a specialised paint finish instead of Wax.

 

So, don’t delay, if your vehicle needs attention now call us on 1300 227 227 or Click here to arrange for your local Car Care Detailing Specialist to put that sparkle back into your paintwork.

For an explanation of the difference between a “wax“, a “polish” and “paint correction (cut & polish)” please see notes below.

To find out pricing, please select your state from the Tab and drop-down box below:

ServiceWA
Mini Detailfrom $70
Mini Detail & Polishfrom $175
Interior Detailfrom $195
Interior Detail + Outside Wash from $235
Full Detailfrom $260
Pre-Sale Detailfrom $290
Cut & Polishfrom $300
ServiceNSW
Mini Detailfrom $66
Mini Detail + Polishfrom $155
Interior Detailfrom $175
Interior Detail + Outside Washfrom $200
Full Detailfrom $250
Pre-Sale Detailfrom $270
Cut + Polish (extra for Black cars)from $300
ServiceVIC
Mini Detailfrom $60
Mini Detail + Polishfrom $150
Interior Detailfrom $160
Interior Detail + Outside Washfrom $195
Full Detailfrom $240
Pre-Sale Detailfrom $245
Cut & Polishfrom $230
ServiceQLD
Mini Detailfrom $60
Mini Detail + Polishfrom $160
Interior Detailfrom $170
Interior Detail + Outside Washfrom $210
Full Detailfrom $230
Pre-Sale Detailfrom $255
Cut & Polishfrom $295
ServiceSA 
Mini Detailfrom $60
Mini Detail & Polishfrom $160
Interior Detail from $160
Interior Detail + Outside Wash from $190
Full Detailfrom $230
Pre-Sale Detailfrom $255
Cut & Polishfrom $295
ServiceNT 
Mini Detailfrom $60
Mini Detail & Polishfrom $160
Interior Detail from $160
Interior Detail + Outside Wash from $190
Full Detailfrom $230
Pre-Sale Detailfrom $255
Cut & Polishfrom $295
ServiceTAS
Mini Detailfrom $60
Mini Detail + Polishfrom $150
Interior Detailfrom $150
Interior Detail + Outside Washfrom $195
Full Detailfrom $220
Pre-Sale Detailfrom $245
Cut & Polishfrom $230

Many people who ask us to clean and detail their car are not sure if it needs a Paint Correction (Cut & Polish), a Polish or just a Wax. We have put this information together to help make sense of what it all means.

Paint Correction (Cut & Polish)

A cut is usually recommended when the paint on the car is in a pretty bad state – things like multiple scratches and/or oxidization of the paint (when the paint goes dull and perhaps powdery), are the two most common reasons for a cut.

Once the damaged paint, scuff mark or surface scratch has been removed, a coating of wax needs to be applied. This will produce the “shine” and give protection.

Note that it may not be possible to correct damage if excessive.

Polish (sometimes referred to as a Buffing)

This is the most common type of polish we perform. The paint is usually in pretty good shape with maybe a few light scratches & scuff marks, and all it needs is a tidy & clean up.

The product we would use contains both a cutting agent and a wax which would be sufficient to remove the marks and generate that ‘shine’.

Wax

A wax contains no cutting agents and is applied after a cut or where the paint is in good condition and just needs a protective layer, and of course, to enhance the ‘shine’.

Most cars that need ‘wax only’ are either fairly new or have been well maintained.

Sometimes certain parts of a car may need more attention than others, for example, boots, bonnets and car roofs tend to bear the brunt of the sun’s rays and therefore fade & deteriorate quicker than the sides, and boots have boxes, briefcases etc. rested on them and then slid off, creating scratches.

We hope you have found this information helpful, and be assured that all our detailers have been fully trained and will be happy to answer any questions and give advice where necessary.