Paint correction is very important as it enhances the look of the car and it increases its resale value.
Because dealerships tend to lowball the price of your personal car to make as much profit as possible.
Selling your car is always better as you can make the money you aim for where trade in you won’t be able to make your money back as the dealership decides what your car is worth.
Using wet sand, very high quality compounds, and polish. Operating Puffers and using pads correctly which will give you the results you are looking for.
Menzerna Polishing compounds are great products, HD Speed if you have minor scratches, Rupes Bigfoot, Meguiars mirror glaze etc.
Yes, as long as it didn’t go through the clear coat and paint coats.
Yes it is as it enhances your vehicle appearance and protects your paint which makes the body last longer.
It depends on the service required, but interior detailing usually $125 and Exterior detailing usually $85-$115
It depends how much the vehicle is being used and where it is parked during winter or summer. Usually daily driving needs a paint correction every 6 months.
2-3 times a year to keep the vehicle in great shape and to keep it is resale value up.