You may have heard of it before, a clay service treatment. It is the process we use right after a hand wash and prepares the clear-coat for the compounding, polishing and/or waxing.

As you see in the picture claying removes overspray, brake dust, rail dust and industrial polution. After this treatment the clearcoat is ready for restoration. A complete paint restoration involves four steps:
Wet sanding:
removes deeper scratches
Compounding:
removes minor scratches and acid rain spots
Polishing:
removes swirls and metal particles
Wax/Sealant:
the high gloss protection that forms a layer on top of the clear coat.

This complete process will restore your clear coat and makes your vehicle look brand new.