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2008 WHITE BMW TWIN-TURBO 335d

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  1. jr001

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    Well, I had to leave the Exige house and go back to the Cayman and Boxster house. Except the Cayman has now gone and in its place is this brand new twin-turbo 335d.
    Dealership did minimal work on the paint as requested and there were only a few minor swirls on the areas that had strong sunlight on them.

    Full paint decontamination, cleansing and protection was the order of the day.

    When I finally arrived (a whole 3 mins after leaving my house!!) I felt a bit sorry for his good lady’s Boxster and gave it a foaming and pressure rinse.

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    The BMW was quite dirty, with some heavy stuff dwelling around the lowers.

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    The car was first sprayed with Chemical Guys Citrus Wash and left to dwell for 5 mins before being pressured off. Then snow foamed in a similar fashion and rinsed.

    Ready now for the main mitt wash:

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    Clayed:

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    Rinsed and dried again ready for paint cleansing inside.

    Jeffs Prime Strong Acrylic All-in-One was applied via a 3M finishing pad on the rotary (off-600-800rpm). This is a very underrated AIO and leaves an amazing finish on its own, ready for wax/sealant LSP.

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    Here are some pics of the car just after the Jeffs stage:

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    It was now time to apply Zaino Z2-Pro via MF applicator. Dried in about 20 minutes, ready for residues to be buffed clear.

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    The wheels were given a coat of Z2 also:

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    Before taking the car outside, I gave it a Z8 spray and final wipe down ready for the final pics:

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    I had arranged for the Exige owner to pop out to get some finer pics with the Canon 400D. Thanks go to Clark for the remaining pics:

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    I did like Niv’s Cayman but I have to say this is one damn fine car too. I’d rather own this one than the Cayman to be honest. This is too much of an all-rounder in comparison.

    Comments and questions welcome.

    Thanks,

    JOHN
     
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  3. 347

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    your so lucky getting spoilt with all these great cars ,
    if you ever want to get back into the real world i might consider letting you loose on mine ............:whistle2:
    fantastic work as always and great pics
     
  4. N8

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    Saw this on dw. fantastic detail and pics
     
  5. WX51TXR

    WX51TXR Polished Bliss

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    Cracking detail. Love the pics, brilliant finals. :drool:
     
  6. Shy19s

    Shy19s Oil running through my veins.

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    i think you've just sold me the jeffs kit.. white cars are murder to keep clean!
    Very nice finish you have on the bmw tho..:respekt:
     
  7. Kontraband

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    you think? Im finding it piss easy in comparison to the black cars Ive had... but then Im not a pro detailler or owt... :think:
     

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