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Importance of Master Paint Correction Prior to Application of Ceramic Coating

By choosing to learn Paint Correction from The Ding King Auto Detail Instructors, you’ll be Certified as ad Ding King Paint Protection Specialist.
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The Importance In Mastering Paint Correction Prior To Professionally Ceramic Coating a Vehicle

Paint Correction is a meticulous process that involves removing imperfections and defects in a vehicle’s painted finish, restoring it to a like-new condition. These imperfections can include swirl marks, wash scratches, water spot damage, bird droppings etching, and more. Our certified Ding King Auto Detail School Paint Correction Specialists are skilled in this art and have the necessary training and experience to deliver exceptional results for you to master your newly learned skillsets.

Unlike other training programs, our Paint Correction Specialists are trained in both “Paint Cutting” and “Paint Manipulation” techniques. These techniques are specifically designed to protect the thin paint found on modern vehicles, ensuring that the correction process doesn’t cause any future damage or clear coat failure.

By choosing to learn Paint Correction from The Ding King Auto Detail Instructors, you’ll be Certified as ad Ding King Paint Protection Specialist. Our team is committed to providing you with the highest level of Paint Correction Training and ensuring you graduate from our program knowing how to make paintwork look flawless, then protected with either Revivify or CK1 Ceramic Coatings.

Achieving the perfect ceramic coating application involves three essential steps:

  1. Paint Correction Process: The first step is to prep the paint by addressing any imperfections. This includes removing swirls, scratches, and other defects to ensure a smooth and flawless surface. By performing paint correction, we enhance the paint’s shine, gloss, and depth, creating an ideal foundation for the ceramic coating.
  2. Surface Degreasing: Prior to applying the ceramic coating, it’s crucial to strip the paint of any residue, oils, or leftover polish. Our pre-coating degreasant effectively cleanses the surface, promoting optimal adhesion of the coating to the paint. This step ensures a strong bond between the coating and the paint, maximizing its effectiveness and longevity.
  3. Application and Leveling: The final step is the precise application and leveling of our Protective Vehicle Coating product. Our professionally trained and certified applicators utilize their artistry, talent, and experience to apply the ceramic coating evenly across the vehicle’s surface. The goal is to create a thick and generous layer of the coating, providing long-lasting protection to the paint and other hard surfaces. The leveling process ensures a smooth and uniform coating, resulting in a stunning finish.
By following these three steps, we guarantee a flawless and long-lasting ceramic coating application, delivering superior protection for your vehicle’s paintwork and surfaces. Trust our expertise to provide you with exceptional results and peace of mind.
Todd Sudeck

Todd Sudeck

Todd Sudeck is an industry veteran with over 30 years of experience in Paintless Dent Repair and Auto Reconditioning. He is the founder and President of The Ding King Training Institute and is widely recognized as the "King" of this specialized field. His expertise and leadership have set the standard for excellence in the industry, making The Ding King Training Institute the go-to destination for those seeking to learn from the best.

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Meet "The King"

My name is Todd Sudeck, I’m the founder and President of The Ding King Training Institute. I want to thank you for taking the time to learn more about The Ding King Training Institute and tell you a little about how I got started.

After getting a dent in my car and taking it to the body shop for a quote, I figured I’d give it a try myself, as the thought of painting my brand new car made me ill. I took my Snap On screwdriver and wrapped the tip with lots of duct tape and tried to pop the dent out, all with no luck. My neighbor was watching me and told me about a PDR tech that he used. I called him up and watched a trained professional take the dent out in less than 10 minutes, saving me a few hundred dollars. All I can remember thinking was “that didn’t look so hard” and “I could make a lot of money doing that.”

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