There is no point bringing a mirror-deep shine to an imperfect surface. Detailing enhances paintwork, but paint correction repairs it.  The paint correction process removes all unsightly swirl marks, micro-marring, holograms, light scratches, and water marks before the wax, sealant or ceramic coating is applied to the paintwork.


Paint correction is the machine polishing process for removal of minor imperfections and swirl marks from your paint. Serving the Palm Beach area for over 15 years. A Miracle Detailing is certified auto detailing paint correction specialists.

paint correction

The term paint correction is used by professional car detailers to describe the process of restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork of a vehicle. The only true way to remove fine scratches in your paint is with the process of safe paint correction. The paint correction process removes surface imperfections that dull, oxidize, haze, or reflect light in various directions.


After this process, your fine scratches are gone for good. Simple proper maintenance is required to avoid putting new scratches into your paint and keep your vehicle looking great long after it has been detailed.


common paint defects

Paint correction is a very labor intensive process and it is the most time consuming part of the car detailing process. Several polish steps may be required to achieve full correction. The first step is paint leveling. This process removes swirl marks and fine scratches. The last step is a very fine finishing polish to achieve brilliance, gloss and clarity.


paint correction

Again, Every vehicle is different, in both surface area and paint hardness. Paint Correction is the step in the detailing process that yields the most dramatic difference in your paint. It is the skilled craft of actually removing blemishes from your vehicles paintwork, not just merely masking them with fillers, and this result is only properly achieved through a time consuming machine polishing process. Paint correction may be required before ceramic coating installation.

The objective of polishing is to remove imperfections in the paint, such as swirl marks, fine scratches, and oxidation. The amount of time it will take to correct imperfections is dependent on the type of imperfections in the paintwork.


* Some random isolated deep scratches (RIDS), or other imperfections may actually be too deep or severe to safely remove without risking removing too much surface paint or clear coat. In many cases it may be possible to minimize these using polishing techniques that round off the edges of the scratches and make them less apparent in direct light.


Due to the different levels of paint defects and the condition of the vehicle, a visual inspection of the paint is required. Please take a moment to Contact Us so that we may provide you with a unique Free estimate for your vehicle.