Professional Paint Correction Ottawa

Does your car’s paint look dull, scratched, or marred by swirl marks? Over time, the elements, road debris, and car washes can inflict a toll on your car’s finish. At Charles Car Service, we offer professional mobile paint correction services in Ottawa and Gatineau designed to restore your car’s original shine and bring back its showroom quality.

Paint Correction Ottawa
Paint Correction Ottawa

Why Choose Paint Correction and Restoration Services?

  • Flawless Finish: Our experienced technicians utilize advanced techniques and high-quality polishes to remove minor scratches, swirl marks, oxidation, and other imperfections, leaving your car’s paint looking smooth and flawless.
  • Enhanced Appearance: A paint correction service isn’t just about fixing damage; it also dramatically improves your car’s aesthetics and overall value.
  • Protection & Shine: Following paint correction, we recommend additional services like waxing or ceramic coating to protect your car’s paintwork from future damage and maintain a lasting shine.
  • Convenience at its Finest: Enjoy the luxury of a professional paint correction service without leaving your driveway! Our mobile detailing service comes directly to you in Ottawa or Gatineau, saving you valuable time and effort.

Car Buffing And Polishing in 3 Simple Steps

Quick, hassle-free detailing services in Ottawa & Gatineau, With our flexible schedule, we can accommodate your time constraints.

Simple Online
Booking

Choose the service that best suits your needs, select a convenient date and time, and relax - we'll handle the rest!

Relax and Let Us
Do the Work

All we need is access to water and electricity to transform your car right before your eyes. While your car gets the royal treatment, you can unwind at home, catch up on work, or simply enjoy your free time.

Admire the
Flawless Result

Once the detailing is complete, our detailers will inform you and proudly present the final result. Witness your car restored to its pristine glory, gleaming and spotless like new!

Our Paint Correction Process:

  1. Comprehensive Inspection: We meticulously assess your car’s paintwork to determine the extent of damage and the appropriate correction methods.
  2. Safe Washing & Decontamination: We thoroughly clean your car to remove any dirt or debris that could further scratch the paint during correction.
  3. Multi-Stage Polishing: We use specialized polishes and compounds to progressively remove scratches, swirl marks, and oxidation, restoring the paint’s original clarity.
  4. Optional Protection: We recommend adding a protective layer of wax or ceramic coating to shield your car’s paint from future damage and preserve the restored shine.

Don’t forget to explore our other services! We offer a complete suite of mobile car care solutions, including interior detailing, exterior detailing, Engine Detailing, Headlights Restoration, Paint Correction, Paint Protection, Fleet detailing, tire changes, bin cleaning, and driveway cleaning.

Contact us today for a free quote! Let our experienced technicians assess your car’s paintwork and recommend the most suitable paint correction service for your needs, all at your convenience in Ottawa and Gatineau.

Paint correction and restoration Packages

STAGE ONE - 299$

Exterior:
Full Wash & Decontamination

Paintwork:
Paint Correction is performed in a singular stage aiming for the best balance between compounding & polishing. Suitable quality ‘one-step’ polishes may be used in order to get the best result within the service.

Will remove between 60% to 75% of defects while leaving a good level of gloss and clarity.

Results will vary depending on the degree of paint defects present and also depends on the paint type on the individual make and model.

Will remove 75% to 90% of defects depending on the level of defects also the paint on the individual make and model of the car.

Defects Removed:
Light swirls, light marring, minor water marks and acid etching and minor oxidization.

Exceptions:
Will not remove major swirls, deeper marring and scratches. Will not remove major acid etchings or heavy water marks.

STAGE TWO - 449$

Exterior:
Wash & Decontamination Optional Secondary Wash after heavy compounding.

Paintwork:
More extensive paint correction is performed normally consisting of 2 even 3 stages of machine polishing. This means much more time will be spent on your car’s paintwork achieve far better results.

More aggressive pads and compounds are used in order to remove deeper paint defects compared to stage 1. This is essential in order to get a better finish.

Once compounding is finished, secondary polishing with softer pads and finer polishers are used in order to bring out a more intense gloss

Will remove 75% to 90% of defects depending on the level of defects also the paint on the individual make and model of the car.

Defects Removed:
Medium to Heavy Swirl Marks, deeper marring and scratches. Deeper Acid etching like bird droppings stains and water marks. Removes heavy oxidization.

Exceptions:
Will not remove the deepest possible scratches but will greatly improve them if possible. Achieves good clarity and gloss but not the absolutely pinnacle.

STAGE THREE - 849

Exterior:
Includes multiple washes in order to remove, excess compound and dust.

Paintwork:
Purely customizable service. This is the apex of achieving the best results for your paintwork. Every possible defect that can be removed is worked on with care until it is removed.

The paintwork will go through no less than 3 full stages of paint correction, starting with an aggressive compound and pad if necessary, and moving through to a soft finishing pad and jeweling polish.

This will remove as many defects as possible and leaving the paintwork looking deep, rich and glossy.

In addition to normal machine polishing, Stage 3 allows us to look into other options such as wet sanding deeper scratches and paint touch ups for chips and other components to make your car look its best.

Will remove up to 95% of defects. The final 5% anticipates defects that are impossible to remove.

Defects Removed:
Any possible paint defects that can be removed is corrected during this process using all available methods.

Exceptions:
Only defects or damage beyond correction will remain.

What does paint correction do?

Many people wonder what paint correction does and the simple answer to this is to restore damaged, discolored, or badly weathered car paint or duke. Paint correction restores factory shine by removing damage such as scratches and other imperfections or impurities from automotive paintwork using machine pads and a combination of pads, cutting compounds, and topcoats. Once all the damage has been removed there is nothing left but neat, clean, and undamaged car paint which is just color shine and is therefore ready for the protection of car paint.

How much does a complete paint correction cost?

The amount or cost of a full paint correction largely depends on the level of damage such as scratches, fading to the car, or other blemishes that need to be removed. In most cases, the average paint correction cost is around 110-140 per hour. The total cost depends on the hours it takes to complete a vehicle, from the patching process to polishing and then to seal the paint. 

That said, the average paint correction cost is normally between 1,500 and 2,500 on average for a full paint correction cost. Correcting the paint is not a car detail, as it is a highly skilled understanding of working with machines, pads, and compounds while also understanding how to work with heat. This is what the car retailers you choose should understand when it comes to restoring damaged car paint jobs.

Can I correct the painting myself?

Yes, you can do the paint correction yourself as long as you understand how the products you are about to use on your car work and what results they give. A lot of it also depends on whether you are planning to try polishing yourself; or make a paint correction by hand. Either way, if you don’t understand the theory of paint correction or how to apply it to your car’s paint correctly, you can inadvertently do more damage even to your hand than to your car. machine, just by doing it wrong.

Does paint correction correct scratches?

As answered at the top of our page, yes the paint correction corrects scratches. Paint correction corrects scratches using a machine polishing process, combinations of pads, compounds and polish that work with heat to remove scratches, discolored car paint and other impurities or imperfections car paint. Removing damaged surface paint brings out a clean, undamaged car paint with excessive depth and levels of gloss.

Is paint correction bad for my car?

Many people often wonder if paint correction is bad for your car? But the only way paint correction is bad for your car is that to restore damaged car paint surface you need to remove scratches and damaged car paint by removing damaged car paint. It’s just a matter of how much damage needs to be removed and not too much intrusion into the paintwork of a good car. 

When removing significant levels of car paint, only then can you consider paint correction bad for your car, but not so much because of paint correction, but more so because that the patch technician has little knowledge or understanding of how to apply paint effectively. correction without removing excess automotive paint materials.

Is the paint correction permanent?

If you start subjecting your car to car washes or using rags to wash your car, your new paint fix won’t be permanent for very long. Only use approved products to wash and dry your car and you should see your new paint surface last a very long time.

How much does a one-step correction cost?

The amount of a one-step correction largely depends on the knowledge of your correction technician and the combination they will apply to your vehicle to restore your car’s paintwork from damage. In saying that though, there really isn’t a one-step fix. A good correction of fully finished paint is usually a minimum of three passes.  

The correction process, the polishing process and the paint protection process after the polishing pass is completed. Anything other than that is poor work designed to reduce the cost of proper paint restoration. That said, we prefer to call it overloaded paint details rather than a fix which typically costs around $ 400-600 on average for a so-called one-step fix.

Does paint correction correct chipping?

While patching paint does not repair chipping, patching paint as a whole involves restoring damaged car paint. This includes everything from scratches, to discolored car paint, and even chipping if a technician is very experienced in repairing or repairing paint chips. That said, correcting the paint from a service standpoint alone is not responsible for fixing the paint chips.