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Big detail on my Audi A4 (56k no way)

Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by Glenn A4, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. Glenn A4
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    Glenn A4 Loving the A4

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    This took me about two days to do the whole car inside and out i started on Thursday with the interior. Was pretty messy

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    Boot Was in a right state

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    So took the hover to the car and some armor all wipes on the dash used AG interior shampoo on the roof liner and turtle wax capet shampoo on the carpets:)
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    Also gave the spare wheel a good clean

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    Some afters of the interior

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    Boot cleaned and polished
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    Wheel cleaned and trimed
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    Carpet replaced
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    All my bits put in some order
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    That was all i could do as it was starting to get dark..
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  2. Glenn A4
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    Glenn A4 Loving the A4

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    Today i started on the outside engine first

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    Used Ag Engine and Machine degreser and then trimmed.

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    Then it was on to the wheels and exhaust

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    Used Megs hot wheels then clayed the wheels

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    Exhaust after Using Megs metal polish and steel wool
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    Then it was time for all the insides of the doors and boot all the **** places what you can never get to..

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    And finally washed the whole car with megs nxt gen.
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    Foam gun in action with a little mixture inside of my own
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    All washed and clean proceeded to dry off with a microfiber cloth.

    Next step was to polish 1 coat of AG SRP and finish with 1 coat of megs nxt gen tech wax.

    The finished product.

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  3. Sinny71
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    Sinny71 S55 LKS

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    A bit of a transformation mate, good job though it looks great.
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    nice one, washed mine today too !
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    marmite Counting the Tesco Club points

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    looking good
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    Lowlife German Hardcore

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    Looks sweet mate, good job!!!!
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    rasA4 Four Rings Mafia Specialist

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    looks awesome m8.:hubbahubba:

    what did you use on the inside of the doors? and after you clayed the alloys did you use anything to protect them ?

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    oh aye ;) lol

    lot of work done but it paid off in the end, looks great dude :)

    drew
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  9. Glenn A4
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    Glenn A4 Loving the A4

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    I used a miuxture of degresser and apc then just went in with a little sponge.

    after i clayed the wheels i used megs gold class wax to seal them again i was going to buy some nano tech wheel sealent but couldnt be arsed really :)
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    apc??? whats that m8:confused:
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    Glenn A4 Loving the A4

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    all purpose cleaner
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    Caesium My BM is fixed!

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    anyone use TFR?
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  13. Glenn A4
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    yeah but you must give it a good polish and a couple of coats of wax after tfr strips wax so you need to protect after
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