Today we have here with us a brand new Peugeot 308 Turbo. Barely a week from the showroom, and its up for a full coating today. Upon arrival we inspected the brand new car. From the looks, it seem flawless. But we have yet to find out the true nature of the paint.
Looks of the paint before washing
The usual area which is always covered in dust, tar, road grime, mud and other contaminants.
Rims were semi covered in brake dust.
Some resin stain on the paint
Tight edges were covered in dust and sand too, some mineral deposits were found dried on the paint too.
The paint condition was not in a bad shape but watermark issues were visible
Not only was the watermarks visible,swirls were too.
Under sun, the swirls become even more visible.
And so the washing process begins
We wash and detail even the commonly missed out areas.
Cleaned the sand and dust from the tight edges
Removed the resin stains on the paint.
After the detailed cleaning, we moved on to correcting the paint, because the swirls was not in a bad shape, we decided to try out a polishing finish to try and remove these light swirls; and it worked.
The wheels were detailed as well…Covered in brake dust before…
After detailing the rims
After coating applied
And for the paint after the coating, gloss and shine enhanced. Paint condition restored.
Lastly, It not about what Make, Model, Series, Its about how true is my work. I would detail anything with wheels on it, including my sister’s hotwheels cars. Thanks for reading:)