Hi all, a bit of a story here as opposed a report.. might be worthwhile sticking kettle on before you read! BMW 130i M-Sport Limited Edition â Carbon Black Booked in over four days for a âWhite Detailâ (Major Paint Correction, wheels-off, engine-bay and (in this instance, light) interior work) The car in question is a 2007 model with a shade under 40k miles on the clocks. My customer made the purchase just five weeks ago; a West Midlands based Sytner BMW dealership. Buying the car âblindâ, the sales-man at the time reassured my customer that the car is to Sytnerâs quality âapproved standardsâ and is ready for collection when they wereâ¦ You can see where this is going, canât you? Collection, unfortunately, was at evening whilst it was wet outside. A few bad areas were noted at the time and my customer wasnât happy. The car was left with the dealer for rectification. Second time round, little improvement. Albeit a few years old now, this was a £15k purchase and the car was a mess â no excuses on Sytnerâs behalf. Rather than let the dealerâs try again, my customer chose to seek external professional advice. A brief insight to the damage caused by the bodyshop ârepairsâ: The usual buffertrails from incorrect machine polisher use.. Unfinished DA sanding marks, Blemishes, Unpainted areas and a burn through O/S front wing/bonnet, And paint runs, Product â¢ 3M FastCut + â¢ 3M Ultra Fina â¢ 3M Glass Cleaner â¢ AutoSmart G101 â¢ AutoSmart Tardis â¢ AutoSmart Hazsafe â¢ AutoGlym Vinyl & Rubber Care â¢ AMDetailsâ mild clay bar â¢ Belgom ALU â¢ Chemical Guys New Look Trim â¢ Chemical Guys JetSEAL109 â¢ Dodo Juice Born To Be Mild â¢ Hammerite Smooth Silver high-temp â¢ Jeffs Werkstat Prime â¢ LTT auto ultra leather â¢ Menzerna 203s â¢ Menzerna 85RD 3.02 â¢ Meguiars Super Degreaser â¢ Meguiars Last Touch â¢ Raceglaze Black Label Concours Wax â¢ Zaino Z6 The rest of the defects will be presented later on. For now, hereâs the general condition of the rest of the vehicle: Alongside the deep scratches on the N/S rear quarter, can you see where a football has hit? â¦damned kids! As to be expected on a BM of this age, corroded discs and calipers, Starting with the wheels-off treatment - wheels deep cleaned inside and out; removal of old wheel weight residue. Arches flushed and brake assembly wire brushed/prepped for later painting. Disc before.. After wire brushing and brake cleaner â ready for paint. The wheels, although âfullyâ refurbed, didnât come up very well at all. Lazy refurb; inner rim and wheel-nut housings were covered in overspray which I couldnât remove.