Both "Paint Correction" and a "Cut and Polish" are carried out by machine polishers - technically there isn't any difference between the two. The term "Cut and Polish" is generally used by car washing outfits, cheap grooming services or panel and paint shops. The objective of these sorts of places is to get the car out the door as fast as possible. We're not about that.
We'll let the images do the talking.
Before. Heavy waterspots and wash scratches made this vehicle appear to have a matte paint finish.
After Paint Correction. The waterspots completely removed and the gloss is restored.
Before. Pay close attention to where the light is being reflected and note the swirl marks and scratches throughout the paint.
After Paint Correction. Scratches are removed and the paint now has a fantasic gloss.
Before. Heavy scratching again detracts from the paintwork of this vehicle.
After Paint Correction. A night and day difference between before and after.