- Re-sale value: all used vehicles have a market range for selling price, one area to enable your vehicle to fetch the higher range of the market price is to keep-up with the "curb appeal", including maintaining the exterior paint quality.
- Surface Rust: maintaining a level of paint protection (wax, paint sealant) throughout the year creates a barrier between the elements and your vehicle's paint. By having a continuous layer of protection, your vehicle's paint is less prone to oxidization and the spread of surface rust through stone chips and road salt.
The paint correction process involves the use of a high speed buffing machine that has a revolution per minute range far faster then that or a typical orbital used for applying paint protection.
Depending on the level one seeks for correction, you can utilize the high speed buffer at a low cut in-speed that doesn't remove clear coat and corrects minor blemishes (such as snow brush marks - image on left - found at our Accredited Location JREK Autocare's express buff service). Alternatively, if oxidization removal is required then the cut-in speed will be a lot higher to heat up the paint and manipulate the surface to correct. At this speed, clear coat will be removed as a result.