An enhancement detail on a Audi TT which needed freshing up as the paint had lots of swirls which where stopping any real reflections to the paint work. The dirt build up and mold on the roof was also spoiling the look of this stunning car
The roof before cleaning
Cleaning process, The roof was cleaned using the 303 cleaner which I had to do 3 times as the amount of muck and mold on the roof was unreal
The car was then given its first coat of snow foam whilst this was dwelling I went round the car using APC in a foaming head bottle cleaning the fuel filler area and various gaps and grills. The snowfoam was then blasted off with the pressure washer, and then the car was given another coat of the same mix snowfoam and then cleaned off again at this point it started to rain so the car was brought into the unit.
The car was washed using the 2 bucket method with grit guards in both buckets and a Carpro lambswool wash mitt.
The car was then rinsed off using an open ended hose and I then went round the car with Tardis which was left to go to work before being wiped down with microfibre clothes. The car was then given a coat of Ironx again left to do its stuff before the car was washed doing using the pressure washer.
The car was clayed using citrus bling and water mix (10 to 1) and a Bilt hamber soft clay bar which helped to pull more contaminates from the paint work it was then rewashed using the same method and dried using the woolly mammoth.
The owner had just had the wheels powder coated before driving it here for the work so they were cleaned using APC and rinsed.
The arches where next and they where sprayed with APC and cleaned using various brushes and a noodle wash mitt. They where then sprayed with Tardis which was left do its stuff whilst I moved onto the next arch before going back and being wiped down with a microfibre cloth.
The car was then brought inside for taping up and paint thickness readings to be taking and some photos of the defects on the car.
The car was polished using Carpro Fixer polish with yellow 3m pads and my Makita rotary polisher