Paint Polish/Correction

Remove Scratches, and defects with Paint Correction

Paint Correction

Here at Car Care Centre Verbier, we specialize in paint correction services. Our expert team is dedicated to removing swirls and scratches from your vehicle’s paint surface, ensuring a flawless and vibrant appearance. When sunlight hits your paint, these unsightly imperfections become more noticeable, diminishing the overall shine of your car.

You may be wondering how these swirls and scratches ended up on your paint in the first place. Often, they result from improper washing and wiping techniques. However, with Car Care Centre Verbier’s professional paint correction process, your car will regain that showroom-fresh look. Additionally, we go the extra mile by sharing our trade secrets with our clients, empowering them to maintain their car’s amazing appearance. Furthermore, we offer convenient maintenance plans to provide ongoing care for your vehicle. Reach out to us for more information on our maintenance plans and keep your car in impeccable condition.

How is done

01- decontamination
paint correction
Carrying out a thorough "decon' reaches deeper into the surface than more regular maintenance washes can´t, removing all sorts of ingrained impurities, and setting you on the right path for further paint correction and finishing.
car care services
the magic
A Light Polish that refreshes your vehicle´s exterior paintwork to add more gloss and depth to the paint whilst reducing swirls/scratches by up to 70%-80% as a general rule..
03- protect
paint correction
protect your investment up to 5 years!
Protect your car from futures scratches, and contaminations. we have a list of protection to offer depending on the budget and car condition.

What we have to offer

At Car Care Centre Verbier, we provide our clients with three different levels of paint correction options to meet their specific needs. Our options range from Paint Polishing / Gloss Enhancement, offering a significant improvement in appearance, to 60-75% correction for more advanced correction needs, and up to 98%+ correction for a near-flawless finish. We don’t claim 100% paint correction because some scratches may be too deep to safely remove.
We offer these varying levels of paint correction to accommodate our clients’ budget and desired results. Our goal is to deliver exceptional service while ensuring customer satisfaction.
What Sets Car Care Centre Verbier Apart
Car Care Centre Verbier distinguishes itself from other detailing companies by taking a meticulous approach to paint correction. We go the extra mile to ensure we provide our clients with the best possible service. Here are a few steps that set us apart:
  • Paint Thickness Measurement: We measure your paint’s thickness to ensure there is enough material to work with. This helps us avoid compromising the clear coat or single-stage paint.
  • Versatile Polishers: We utilize a range of polishers, from 6″ to 1″ in size, to address both larger areas and intricate details of your vehicle. This allows us to achieve precise and thorough results.
Pricing and Ceramic Coating
The pricing for paint correction can vary based on factors such as the vehicle’s size, condition, complexity, and desired results. Additionally, many of our clients choose to enhance the longevity and protection of their newly corrected paint by opting for our ceramic coating service. Our ceramic coatings bond to your vehicle’s finish, providing years of additional paint protection. Please visit our Ceramic Coating page for more information.
Contact Us
For more details, pricing, and package deals, we encourage you to reach out to us directly. Our team will be happy to provide you with comprehensive information tailored to your specific needs.
What is paint correction?

Paint correction is a process that involves the removal of swirls and scratches from a vehicle’s paint. It is also referred to as paint polishing or paint buffing. This technique aims to enhance the gloss and shine of the paint by eliminating imperfections. With paint correction, your car’s paintwork can regain its original luster, giving it a fresh and flawless appearance. By carefully addressing swirls and scratches, paint correction can help your vehicle look its best and maintain that showroom-worthy finish.

What is the difference between our gloss enhancement and paint correction?

Gloss enhancement focuses on enhancing the shine and visual appeal of the paint, while paint correction is a more comprehensive process that involves removing imperfections to restore the paint to its original condition. The specific approach chosen depends on the current state of the paint and the desired outcome.

Will paint correction remove all swirls and scratches?

Deeper scratches that have penetrated the clear coat or reached the underlying layers of paint may not be fully eradicated through paint correction alone. In such cases, while paint correction can reduce their visibility, complete removal may require additional steps such as touch-up painting or more extensive repairs.

Does my paint need to be "POLISHED" before having it ceramic coated?

While it is not mandatory to polish the car before applying a ceramic coating, it is highly recommended. Polishing the paint prior to the ceramic coating ensures that the surface is as smooth and defect-free as possible, allowing the coating to bond effectively and provide optimal results.

Polishing helps to remove minor imperfections such as swirl marks, light scratches, and oxidation, enhancing the overall appearance of the paint. It also creates a clean and smooth surface for the ceramic coating to adhere to, promoting better adhesion and longevity of the coating.

How often does my car need a paint correction?

The frequency of paint correction for your car depends on several factors, including the condition of the paint, your driving habits, and the level of maintenance and care it receives. In general, paint correction is not something that needs to be done frequently, but rather as needed or when certain conditions are met. Here are some considerations:

  1. Paint Condition: If your car’s paint has significant imperfections like deep scratches, swirl marks, or oxidation, it may be a good idea to consider paint correction to restore the paintwork’s appearance. However, if the paint is in relatively good condition and free of major flaws, paint correction may not be necessary.

  2. Wear and Tear: Factors such as the age of your vehicle, the number of miles driven, and exposure to harsh environmental elements can contribute to the wear and tear on your car’s paint. If you notice a significant decline in the paint’s appearance, such as a dull or faded look, it may be an indication that paint correction is needed.

  3. Maintenance and Protection: Proper maintenance and protection measures, such as regular washing, waxing, or applying a ceramic coating, can help maintain the quality of your car’s paint for longer periods. These measures can help reduce the need for frequent paint correction.

Is paint correction really worth the investment?

Yes, paint correction can be worth it in many cases, especially if your vehicle’s paint has significant imperfections like swirl marks, scratches, or oxidation. Paint correction can help restore the appearance of your car’s paint, making it look fresh and rejuvenated.

By addressing these imperfections, paint correction prepares the surface for the application of a ceramic coating. Applying a ceramic coating after paint correction provides additional benefits and protection. The ceramic coating creates a durable and protective layer that enhances the gloss, provides resistance against UV rays, and helps repel dirt and contaminants. It also makes future maintenance and cleaning easier.

The combination of paint correction and ceramic coating can significantly improve the overall appearance and longevity of your vehicle’s paintwork. It adds value and helps maintain a beautiful finish, while also protecting the paint from damage and preserving its condition.

Is paint correction necessary for brand new cars?

Brand new cars typically undergo thorough quality control processes during manufacturing, including paintwork inspections. However, it’s important to note that even new cars can have minor imperfections like swirl marks, light scratches, or paint defects caused during transportation, handling, or even at the dealership.

While paint correction may not be necessary for every brand new car, it can still be beneficial to consider. Paint correction can help address any imperfections or flaws, ensuring that the paintwork is in optimal condition and looks its best. It can also create a perfect canvas for the application of protective coatings like ceramic coatings.

Ultimately, the decision to pursue paint correction on a brand new car depends on your personal preference for achieving a flawless finish. If you desire the highest level of perfection and want your new car to have an immaculate appearance, paint correction can be a worthwhile investment.

Estimate Paint Correction Pricing Chart

Small Vehicles

Starting from

chf699-1099 Paint Polishing/ Gloss Enhancement 

chf1099-1999 Level 1 Paint Correctin 60-90%+

chf1999-3499 Level 2 Paint Correction 99%

Truck / SUV / Exotics

Starting From

chf799-1299 Paint Polishing/ Gloss Enhancement

chf1299-2299 Level 1 Paint Correction 60-75%+

chf2399-3899 Level 2 Paint Correction 99%

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