Paint correction is a term widely used today by professional auto parts and car cleaning enthusiasts around the world to describe the process of restoring and rejuvenating vehicle paint, particularly by removing surface imperfections that dull, oxidize, or cause light-reflecting surfaces to darken. 

The correction process itself consists of a small amount of transparent coating or paint being removed from the surface with the help of a sanding varnish which is applied and treated with a suitable polishing machine to level the surface. To get more information about paint correction in Edmonton, you may go through .jrsautodetailing.ca/power-plishing-and-paint-correction/

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Cars are washed and decontaminated thoroughly before each paint correction. The paint is washed and cleaned thoroughly to remove loose dirt and residue, and after the washing process is treated with a special auto adhesive tape that safely removes all adhering surface dirt such as tar stains and industrial deposits.

It is important to remove these contaminants before touching the paint because if they move and get stuck in the base of the polishing machine, they can damage the surface very quickly. It also helps keep the surface extremely smooth, which in turn allows the buffing machine to move freely across the surface, reducing the chance of cracking or sticking.

Polishing is usually a multi-step process as different levels of polishing are used, from heavier cutting pastes that remove surface material to smoother products which then remove traces of the heavier product from the glaze.