The process of paint correction is one where we analyze the state of a finish and determine the best course of action to bring it to the best possible level of enhanced appearance. This applies to older vehicles or new ones. We determine the thickness and condition of the paint based on its age and by careful measurement. With this information we can decide how to safely correct it. The needs of each vehicle are different, but the importance of the process is the same.
Any vehicle, new or old, usually needs some level of paint correction before receiving any protective service. In fact, even if a vehicle is simply getting a coat of wax to wait for the next weekend or car show, the paint could use correction to ensure the best possible appearance. If the car Is getting a ceramic coating it is imperative the paint be corrected to the be as close to perfect as possible. The reason for this is you don’t want to seal in imperfections. While you might not need paint correction for a color change wrap, you might want to make the paint as perfect as possible before sealing with a ceramic coating, and to a lesser extent, PPF. That all said, your car would highly benefit from paint correction after removing a wrap or even after removing PPF. A car that was protected with paint protection film for years will look like new and much better off than one that hasn’t been protected, but you will want to correct any light scratches or swirls that may have been added during the removal process.
LLumar auto window tint enhances the appearance of your car. On top of that, it also provides numerous benefits using advanced technologies. LLumar window tint helps in keeping the interior cooler, enhances visibility, blocks harmful UV rays, and keeps the AC working in optimal condition. At Precision Auto Styling we have different choices for window tints such as ceramic, metallized dyed, and clear. These tints come in various shades from very dark (limo) to completely transparent. No matter where you are in Cumming or Alpharetta, Georgia, we can provide you with the best window tint to suit your needs.
For an extra luxurious ride, choose the infrared-rejecting ceramic window tint. It’s the coolest and most premium option available. This top-of-the-line feature also has the best technology to block infrared rays. You can find this deluxe window tint at our location in Cumming, GA.
If the look of dark window tint is not your style, LLumar AIR film offers similar heat and UV performance without altering the appearance of your glass. This innovative film also improves the performance of factory tinted privacy glass.
LLumar CTX Series uses new technology that makes small particles (called “nano-ceramics”) to protect your car from too much heat, bright sunlight, and harmful UV rays. But, unlike other similar products, it doesn’t stop your electronic devices like mobile phones, GPS, keyless entry, satellite radio, and tablets from working correctly. With LLumar CTX, you can drive in style and stay connected without any worries.
For great looks that last, the LLumar ATC Series is the answer. Cool charcoal hues with the latest in dyed tint technology make the ATC Series the right choice for anyone looking to enhance their vehicle’s style.
The LLumar ATC Series is dyed all the way through for charcoal color that stays true. This auto window tint gives you a standout look, on-the-road privacy, and a nice upgrade in glass performance.
The LLumar ATR Series harnesses metal’s mirror-like quality to reflect heat away and enhance interior comfort. Choose ATR for a custom, slightly reflective look that’s great at fighting heat.
The LLumar CTX Series has proven nano ceramic technology to tame heat, glare and UV rays without sacrificing connectivity. Create a smart, stylish comfort zone with CTX.
The llumar IRX Series transforms your vehicle inside and out with impressive nanoceramic technology. Demand IRX for concentrated IR-blocking abilities plus a full list of premium window tinting features: custom style, easy connectivity, UV protection and a reduction in annoying glare.