Red Box Restoration aims to standardize the level of service and satisfaction only a Certified Reconditioning Specialist can provide. Our team members have a passion for automotive excellence and have decades of experience in the Automotive Industry. We aim to deliver the most professional and complete service in the industry.
Red Box Restoration holds certifications from Rightlook™ in Advanced Automotive Detailing, Professional Paint Correction as well as being Ceramic Coating Approved Applicators. The professional advanced master detailing course at Rightlook.com is the industry’s most comprehensive training program, covering all aspects of professional auto detailing from A to Z. Our team was also trained in advanced refinishing procedures at the Dupont Refinish Systems Training Center.
Red Box Restoration exclusively utilizes the Carbon Collective Brand of Detailing Products. Carbon Collective is a brand by Professional Detailers and for Professional Detailers. From the United Kingdom and sourced from Detail Division USA we have found Carbon Collective to be the best detailing products available on the market. Other brands you will find in our arsenal include Rupes, Klin Korea and Scangrip.
Red Box Restoration exclusively utilizes the Carbon Collective group of Ceramic Coatings. Their Molecule Ceramic Coating is a true 9H ultra-hydrophobic coating. Once applied, the coating becomes the active layer on top of the surface, protecting against scratches, swirls, chemicals, bird droppings and UV rays for up to 5 years. Molecule can be used on its own as a stand-alone coating or used as a base layer for their Nero Self-Healing Ceramic Coating for increasing durability, and scratch resistance up to 7 years. We also have Carbon Collective products that offer protection for wheels, trim, glass, wheels and even leather.
Paint Correction is the process of restoring the paintwork of a vehicle through the elimination of surface imperfections. These imperfections include things like swirl marks, scratches and bird dropping etching. True paint correction is achieved only if these imperfections are removed and just not covered up with filler based products. The process of paint correction removes a small amount of clear coat using polishing machine and a mixture of compounds and abrasives. Before the vehicles finish can be corrected a thorough wash and clay bar decontamination takes place to remove any particles that have bonded to the clear coat.