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Detailing, Valeting and Paint Correction

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Here at Harrier, we painstakingly prepare all of our cars for sale in-house. This is a process that takes time, competence and specialised equipment.

We also offer a detailing, valeting and paint correction service so that you can utilise our knowledge and skill in preserving your pride and joy. 

Paint correction is the process of restoring a vehicle’s paint finish to its original condition. It involves removing surface imperfections such as swirls, scratches, oxidation, and other damage. This is achieved through a series of steps that include washing, claying, polishing, and waxing/sealing. The goal is to remove the imperfections while preserving the clear coat and creating a deep, glossy finish. 

Any number of imperfections can present themselves and each car is inspected and dealt with on an individual basis. 

We prefer to have a conversation with you, provide an assessment of your car and get a feeling for exactly what you would like to achieve.

The length of time and the number of steps involved in paint correction can vary depending on the condition of the paint, the desired outcome, and the level of detail required. Professional paint correction services can be expensive, but the results are often well worth it for those seeking to restore their vehicle’s appearance.

We offer a number of options, with a basic detail and a paint protection sealant starting at £170. A full paint correction process and ceramic coating for a concours could go as far as £1800.

Everything in between as a price point is possible, bespoke to you and your needs

A typical paint correction process looks as follows:

  1. Wash: A thorough wash of the vehicle to remove dirt, debris, and grime.

  2. Clay: The use of a clay bar to remove contaminants from the surface of the paint.

  3. Inspection: A close inspection of the paint surface to identify areas requiring correction.

  4. Compounding: The use of a rotary or dual-action polisher with a compound to remove surface imperfections.

  5. Polishing: The use of a rotary or dual-action polisher with a fine polish to refine the surface and restore shine.

  6. Wax/Sealant: The application of a protective wax or sealant to enhance the shine and protect the paint.

  7. Final Inspection: A final inspection to ensure a consistent, smooth, and glossy finish.

If you’d like to discuss how we can get your exterior paintwork blemish-free and looking like new, why not contact us!

Take advantage of years of knowledge, expertise and skill.


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