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Depends on the experience levels though... the problem with someone who has just bought a G220, removed a swirl and then starts charging for their professional service, is that they normally have no clue of how much paint they are removing.
As said before, you only have so much clear, so get a rookie with some Power Gloss and you probably won't have much left.
So the £100 is for the pending respray
I think you're right though - £150 for proper correct and refine, as a minimum.
My 1 day correction is 150. That included, Washing, claying, Compounding, Refining, Sealing and waxing. I limit myself to cars in good nick where one hit per panel is enough!!! Seeing a car before hand is absolutely critical, i won't touch a car without seein it first.
That said i'm doing my pals BM this weekend for nowt! Arn't i nice!
I just spent the full weekend polishing my mates mum's 57 335i. Looked insane when it was finished tho. Paintwork was in a right state, we didnt clay it as the post didnt tun up until 4 days after we made the order for some, and my mate was out when it came. Pads were fucked and i mushroomed about 3 of them.
I didnt get paid - but i did get a bed for friday/saturday night and i got fed which is awsome.