Professional Machine Polishing Cars & Vans
Professional Machine Polishing & Car Buffing
G & G Mobile Valeting, Specialist Valeting offer machine polishing for your car or van, we can offer one, two or three stage machine polishing on all our full valets & exterior valet, this will remove any light swirl marks where hand polishing the vehicle would not achieve the same result.
The difference between Hand Car Polishing cars & Machine Polishing cars, you will get superior results by machine, hand polishing will remove only the very light scratches.
The hand polishes & wax will fill in the scratch giving you the impression that it has gone. Obviously when the fillers in the polish have faded the scratch will reappear.
A three stage machine polish will remove over 90% of the scratches in your clear coat and the fillers in the compounds will be removed as part of the three stage polish. The final stage will then enhance and deepen the gloss shine.
Its important to understand the make up of what you are dealing with when you contemplate machining any panel. Its seems straight forward to Polish a panel.
When you machine polish a car or van, the aim is to remove as little as possible of the Clear Coat/Lacquer. Under bright sunlight you will have noticed that scratches appear which don’t show up on a dull or cloudy day.
These scratches will be swirl marks and mainly due to a bad washing technique which has scratched the surface of your clear coat.
These scratches can be machined polished out by doing a two or three stage polish depending on the severity or depth of the scratch.
Before attempting the buffing, multiple paint gauge readings should be taken, taking a reading of the thickness of the bodywork makeup will give us a good idea if the panel has been sprayed in the past.
Many vehicles have been bumped by other vehicles and you can see the paint transfer on your cars panel, these can be polished out saving you a trip to the body shop.
G & G Mobile Valeting will polish single panels, whether you have swirls marks, paint transfer, a new panel installed or other damage in the clear coat that requires marks removing. Please note we will need to prepare the panel prior to machine buffing it.