The Best There is for Paint Chip Repair in Calgary
Most people are familiar with the terms "buffing" or "polishing". Paint correction is the most accurate way to describe the process of removing defects from your vehicle to leave it with a swirl free finish. This is an extensive process that must be completed by a professional.
Annoying chips and blemishes on your vehicle can decrease the value of your car and lead to more severe issues like rust. A new paint job is expensive, and you can never be sure of the quality. When you need paint chip repair in Calgary, come to Drip Detailing for the ultimate solution. Our technicians have over five years of experience and can have your car looking good as new in no time! No job is ever too big or too small, and we work on vehicles of all sizes, makes, and models. If you have questions about the process of paint chip repair in Calgary, feel free to give us a call. We are proud to offer exceptional service and quality work to our customers. To give your vehicle the ultimate treatment, talk to us about our interior and exterior car detailing packages. We'll perform a FREE assessment before completing your paint chip repair for a fraction of the cost of a new paint job. We are even open seven days a week because, at Drip Detailing, we are all about quality, care, and convenience.
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What's Included In Your Package
Before any action is taken, a thorough wash and decontamination of the vehicle are done. Paintwork is worked to remove loose dirt and debris
Polishing is a multistage process as a range of different polishes are used. Ranging from heavier cutting compounds, which remove surface material, to finer products which then remove any marks left behind.
After the wash, we begin our clay bar decontamination. This safely removes any bonded surface contaminants such as tar spots and industrial fallout.
When the project is completed we go over our measurements of the paint before and after, this is done to ensure your paint has an optimum layer of clearcoat. This will ensure the longevity of your paint.