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What a load of Bullocks! Pt.III

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by 1210tech, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. 1210tech
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    [Feb 11, 2008]
    Here we go then, the last of the Lambo's we have done lately. The owner had just changed from a Ferrari 355 which I also did for the new owner but thats for another post! :)

    The condition of the paint wasn't too bad but it had the usual swirl marks from poor wash technique and the alloys had been refurbed VERY poorly. They hadn't even bothered to clean the inside of the wheel before painting and there was a shed load of brake dust trapped under paint that will no doubt start peeling in the not too distant future :no:

    The front end had also had some paint, probably to cover up stone chips but the windscreen, side windows and roof was covered in over spray. :( All easily removed with a clay bar...thank god! :)

    Procedure:

    5 stage wash (pressure rinse/tfr'd and left to soak for 5 mins/rinse/2 bucket wash/rinse)
    Tar remove and clay
    Intensive Polish (Menz PO85RD3.02 with Menz orange pad on rotary)
    Final Polish (Menz PO85RD with Megs yellow pad on PC)
    Paint Cleanse
    Zymol Royale

    A few of the paint correction


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    ...coming soon, a white & carbon Audi R8!
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  3. 96a6v6
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    [Feb 12, 2008]
    Looks awesome now :)
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