in Paint Correction
Over-Size SUVs & Trucks
RestorFX® is the most advanced paint restoration and correction technology on the market. It creates a new layer of clear-coat on the original finish and permanently repairs scratches and clear-coat imperfections.
What Is RestorFX®?
How RestorFX® works?
How long does the coating last?
What are the steps?
Full paint inspection
Lettering and trim removal (when needed)
Wet sanding - 2000 grit sand paper (only at required spots)
Wet sanding - 3000 grit foam disc (only at required areas)
Wet sanding - 5000 grit foam disc (all painted surfaces)
Clay bar treatment
Steam washing, overspray cleaning (when needed)
Flood wash and detail, crack, crevice and panel edge cleaning
Final quality check and paint sealant application
What are the benefits?
Repairs all clear-coat swirls and scratches
Repairs fading, weathering and oxidation
Creates an extra layer of protection against UV rays
Fills all clear-coat imperfections, smooths-out the paint surface, and dramatically enhances the gloss
Removes all surface contamination and deposits, including brake dust, road grime, overspray
Increases the overall thickness of the paint
Increase the market value to your vehicle
How RestorFX® Compares to Conventional Paint Correction
RestorFX®Paint Correction & Restoration
Paint CorrectionMulti-Step Process
Light ScratchesRepairing of superficial scratches and swirl marks
Semi-Deep ScratchesRepairing of deeper clear-coat scratches
Deep ScratchesRepairing of scratches that partially go down to the base-coat
ScuffsRepairing of scuffs that partially go down to the base-coat
Severe EtchingRepairing of deep hard-water etching
Superficial EtchingRepairing of superficial hard-water etching
Contaminants and DepositsCleaning of road tar and grime
OversprayCleaning of oversprays
Tree Sap and Bird Dropping DamageRepairing of paint etching
An average process involves; (1) Two-step washing, (2) Three-step wet sanding the entire vehicle, (3) Tar, grime, overspray etc. removal, (4) Taping and masking, (5) Air darting , (6) Prepping before clear coat application, (7) RestorFX® application, (8) Quality control and paint correction, (9) Touching-up of paint chips, (10) Removal and reinstallation of emblems and letterings
An average process involves; (1) Two-step washing, (2) Three-step local wet sanding, (3) Tar, grime, overspray etc. removal, (4) Three-step polishing, (5) Quality control, (6) Touching-up of paint chips