Get The Most From Your Coating
MAXIMISING COATING PERFORMANCE THROUGH DECONTAMINATION, PAINT CORRECTION & PAINT PREPARATION
When it comes to achieving exceptional results, the key lies in the preparation of your vehicle’s surface. The paint decontamination and correction stages play a significant role in determining the final outcome, greatly affecting the coating’s bonding and overall performance.
In the paint decontamination stage, it’s essential to remove all accumulated contaminants such as bird droppings, iron fallout, and bug splatter. These impurities can negatively impact the coating’s adhesion and efficacy.
Following decontamination, the paint correction stage focuses on eliminating defects like swirls, scratches, and blemishes. While machine polishers are generally more effective for this purpose, hand polishing can also yield satisfactory results with the right amount of effort and attention to detail.
Once both decontamination and correction are complete, it’s crucial to ensure the paint surface is as pure as possible. Utilize an appropriate paint preparation formula (like our PREP) to remove any residues and oils left behind from previous stages. This step guarantees an optimal surface for the coating to bond with.
Remember, the effectiveness of the coating and its bonding capabilities largely depend on the care and diligence applied during these preparatory stages. By thoroughly completing each step, you set the stage for the best possible results with Artdeshine’s BX Coating. To learn more about achieving the best results, check out our blog post on preparation.