Now that your paint is immaculate, it’s the ideal moment to repair any scratches or swirl marks in your clear coat. If you have used clay, it may have left very light surface scratches in the paint. Because it’s a more aggressive cleaning technique, a quick paint correction afterward is a good idea.
To correct these light scratches, we need to gently polish down the clear coat’s very outer layer until the scratches disappear. Don’t worry - this won’t damage your clear coat because we only need to polish away a small portion of the coat’s total thickness.
Traditionally, the only ways to do this were either to take your car to a professional detailer or invest in power tools to do it yourself at home.
However, we knew there had to be a more efficient way to get the job done!
Reverse: Scratch And Swirl Remover allows you to take care of these paintwork imperfections at home, and at a fraction of the cost of taking your ride into the detailing shop.
It’s straightforward to do, and your fresh, newly decontaminated paint will thank you for it!
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The final step is to protect your ride from the new iron, dirt, and contaminants that come its way. A top quality wax or sealant layer will take the brunt of these attacks before your clear coat. This has three benefits. Firstly, it buys you precious time to deal with the problem before the damage becomes permanent. Secondly, it’s more difficult for contaminants to stick to a coating, so it will be easier to clean. And thirdly, your ride will look its best with a gorgeous shiny paint finish.
Waxes and sealants like Mirror Shine remain popular for good reason, but the new king of the hill is Ceramic Shine. It’s guaranteed to give your paintwork five-star protection and a gorgeous, lagoon-like finish. Take a look at it here.