Richard's Top 3
Paint Correction Tips

1

Chart your progress. Check your work often with an artificial light such as a high-lumen LED flashlight to ensure you are achieving the results you expect before moving to the waxing step.

2

Clean pad, happy pad. Be sure to keep your pad clean as you are working. Use a pad brush or compressed air and remember to change pads regularly… using 2 to 4 minimum per vehicle.

3

Tape your trim. Prevent the dreaded discoloring residue that can build-up on bare plastic and rubber trim. Run a line of masking tape along the edge and save yourself some headaches.

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