Here are the products and some steps of the paint correction I performed.
I'm not a pro, but I found it a fun project.


Lighting is VERY important as I have learned.
I have a 20ft x 20ft garage.


On my ceiling I have 10x 4ft Flourescent 6500K lights.
Its great for lighting, but not great for scratch detection.
I need to see if they make 4ft LED's I can replace them with.


I also have 2x LED banks on my garage door.
When the garage door was closed it was great for detecting scratches on the side of the car.











I purchased this LED light at Home Depot.
It was great for detecting scratches on the side of the car.
I was also able to extend it higher to view the hood and top of car for scratches.





These are the Dual Action polishers I got.
Adams Polishes 5.5" polisher, and Adams Polishes MINI 4" polisher.





These are the Adams polishing pads I got.
The White microfiber pad is for heavy correction.
The Blue foam pad is for heavy correction (not as correcting as a micro fiber pad).
The Orange foam pad is for mild correction.
The White foam pad is for the finishing polish.





A comfortable roller chair helps a lot.





This is the Adams Polishes paint correct system.
I used the Blue heavy correcting polish on the White micro fiber pad for HEAVY corrections.
I used the Blue heavy correcting polish on the Blue Foam pad for HEAVY corrections.
I used the Orange correcting polish with the Orange foam pad for Mild corrections.
I used the White finishing polish with the White foam pad for the final polish.





This is the Adams polishes Ceramic coat system.
I recommend watching the application video on Adams web site before you try this.





This is my Adams collection of products I use on my car.





You can see the fine scratches on my paint I was able to remove.





This is after using the HEAVY correcting polish with the White micro fiber pad.





Reviewing the first pass on the passenger side.
Using the LED light I was able to locate more scraches that I missed.
I used tape to mark the scratches I wanted to go back and repair.
I did say this was my first time trying this right ? 8-)











I should have polished the front first as some product will sling working the smaller areas.
I also did not want it to get into the grill area where it would be hard to get out.
The 4" polisher worked well here.











The 4" polisher worked well here.





Paint correction completed.
Make sure the paint is perfectly clean and clear of scratches before Ceramic coating.





Ceramic coating complete.





Since its been raining for days I'll wait till the sun comes out to see my work.





Paint correction and Ceramic coating complete.





Paint correction and Ceramic coating complete.





Paint correction and Ceramic coating complete.





Paint correction and Ceramic coating complete.





Paint correction and Ceramic coating complete.





Paint correction and Ceramic coating complete.





Paint correction and Ceramic coating complete.