Clarity Package

Glossy paint correction finish on an customer car. Mobile detailing achieving outstanding results on your driveway

Perfect package for many customers

This package is ideal for cars that have a few years on them, or brand new cars looking less than stellar.  Even brand new car need lots of paint correction work.  This is the entry point for true paint correction as we will spend the next 8-12 hours or so methodically going over the paintwork removing as many defects as we can while keeping in mind we only have 1 more step to restore the gloss and depth from the paint.  

- Wash ( Bodywork only)

- Clay decontamination

- Paint decontamination

- Single Compound step for deeper defect removal

- Single polish step for added gloss and depth

- Up to 80-90% correction

- Hydrophobic fully synthetic wax ( 4 months protection when maintenance washes are followed per instructions)

From £265* depending on car size and defects

*Starting prices are for customers based in West Midlands and surrounding areas. For other areas please contact us and we'll be glad to help.

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Polishing and the benefits

You can add more shine to your paint by polishing. Basically, polishing thins your paint by a small amount. The now flat surface will appear glossier and more wet than before polishing. Polishing will also remove loose paint chips and dirt.

Furthermore, polishing will remove paint defects such as scratches, swirls, water spots, etc. Polish removes paint until the surface of the defect is level with the lower point of the defect. It should be noted that while all defects can be removed, not all should be removed. Upon inspection of the paint we can advise you if some defects are not removable or are not safe to be removed. If a scratch catches your fingernail, it's probably too deep to remove. Polishing the scratched area is still recommended. However, we will approach it with the idea of lessening the appearance of the defect rather than removing it.

Chemical polishes and abrasive polishes are available.
By mechanically scouring the paint, abrasive polishes work like sand paper. Abrasive polishes are also available in different abrasiveness levels, like sand paper. Compound, finishing polish, and medium cut polish are terms used to describe these abrasive levels. Abrasive polishes nowadays contain decreasing abrasive particles that dissolve during use in order to prevent the paint from being removed excessively and to leave the paint as smooth as possible. Stepping down polishes is often necessary for best results. The first step involves abrasive polishing to remove paint defects, followed by a finishing polish to "jewel" the finish and remove any fine imperfections. Paint defects can be removed by abrasive polishes, but oxidized paint can also be taken off with them.
In contrast to abrasives, chemical polishes remove paint chemically by dissolving oxidized paint. Typically, a chemical polish works well when removing oxidized paint (or to polish metal) because it chemically breaks down and removes the oxidation. The term "paint cleaner" or "pre-wax cleaner" refers to chemical polishes. They are excellent for removing old wax from oxidized finishes. A chemical polish can remove paint defects, but it is less effective than abrasive polishes because the chemical polish will only remove paint around the defect if the foam pad is abrasive enough. Paint that has no visible defects is the best candidate for chemical polishing.
Abrasion is caused by both the pad and polish when polishing, which are combined to produce the amount of abrasion.
The frequency of polishing will depend on several factors, but you should not need to do it more than twice per year. There are times when you might have to "spot polish" a small area of paint to remove minor defects. While you are polishing, remember to remove paint. It will be necessary to re-paint your car if you penetrate the clear coat.