machine-polishing


Machine Polishing for your Car

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.
Machine polishing can also be used to remove swirl marks caused be over polishing in a circular motion, drying the car regular with a wash leather or by taking it through a car wash.

We have put some examples in a gallery for you to check out;
1) Black BMW which had been taken through an automotive car wash to many times.
2) Green Mitsubishi Delica with prominent bush srcatches down the side.
3) Red Holden Barina which shows how the paint work can fade due to being exposed to the sun.

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

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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.