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Miglior Detailing: Audi A5: New Car needing Correction Detail?? Booked by Audi!

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    Hello there! Ive been useless as doing write ups of late, but as the weather gets better, Miglior is very very busy trying to keep up with it all! But, thats only a good thing! Anyways, its time for a write up of a New Audi A5 S-Line.

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    This was booked by the Local Audi Dealership. You might be asking why would a new car need a correction detail? Well...Audi Were not too happy with how it was delivered. They tried themselves to correct the damage, but as we all know, detailing is a very specialised area. Furthermore, paint correction in my opinion is not an extension of valeting.
    The car was booked in for a full 3 day correction, which you cant say fairer as the Audi Dealership wanted the best possible finish for their customer!

    This is car on arrival.

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    So on with the wash outside. First it was given a citrus based degreaser to bite through the layer of dust and dirt picked up on the car.

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    The wheels being done.

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    Then onto a snowfoam rinse to make absolutely sure any dust or dirt was off the car's surface.

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    Any gaps, grills vents etc were thoroughly cleaned.

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    The car was then washed with our safe two bucket method.

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    Once the car was rinsed, it was clear to see there was no protection on the paint at all. The paint was holding on to a lot of water.

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    The car was treated to remove tar spots.

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    Then Rinsed again.

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    The car was moved into the studio whilst wet for the second stage of decontamination to begin.

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    Then Dried

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    Once we had a clean dry car, it was time to assess the damamge properly on the paintwork. The paint thicknes was measured and we looked at the condition of the paint under various lights.

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    Very deep scratches on the bonnet

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    Seen this over at DW! Nice work here! Atleast audi did that for their customers! You should set up a contract! Great work here! Love reading your posts!
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