Machine Polishing

Machine Polishing for your Car

Machine polishing is also called paint correction or cut and polish and is a great treatment for cars where the paint work looks faded because it has been oxidised by the sun. It's also ideal to restore paintwork which may have been damaged over time and looks patchy, has small scratches, swirl marks from polishing in a circular motion or bird droppings and buffer trails.

By using machine polishers and a range of different products the vehicle will look stunning in direct sunlight with only true reflections without any blemishes.

It's a labour intensive and time consuming process but the results are outstanding and your car will be returned to its former glory, just like on the day when you bought it. It is for customers looking for the best possible finish.

To achieve the best result for your car, it will be thoroughly washed so there is no trace of any dirt and grime and a clay bar will be used to ensure any minute contaminants like paint, glass or metal are removed.

We then polish your equipment to an exceptionally high standard where we use different pads and polishes to achieve an optimum finish.

Here are some photographs which illustrate the results which can be achieved through this service.  They are:

1) Black BMW which had gone through a car wash on too many occasions

2) Green Mitsubishi Delica which had prominent brush scratches down one side

3) Red Holden Barina which was overly exposed to the sun resulting in severe paintwork fading.

The cost of doing a machine polish ranges from $200 for a small sedan up to $300 for a large 4WD.

Contact us for more details 0402 148 199


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Machine polishing is more commonly known as cut & polish, it is usually done when the paint work as been oxidised by the sun (the paint looks faded) but can also be used to give the paint work an even shine when the car as been either washed with an abrasive or polished unevenly resulting in patchy paint work.