This is one cars in this compilation that was in a horrible condition. Purely a work horse for more than 3 years, the car was also fully washed, polished and maintained by a untrained detailer cum driver. Being a solid white car, swirls are not so visible but the paint look really very dull.
The car was covered in alot of stains, this was one of the many areas that was stained. This area also suffered a small dent.
Every small arch and edge was stained in a thick layer or dirt.
These “hard to reach” areas were normally neglected and not washed which in long term caused a hard to remove stain.
Looks like it has been neglected for some time, look at the branches and dried leaves caught at the wiper area.
We also found some resin marks on the back area.
Zoomed in and you can see the spots.
Even the logo areas were so covered in stains.
Amazingly, some of the glass had no watermark.
some had minor watermarks on them.
Now, moving to the paint. This is a shot taken under the sun.
A closer look and we are up for one hell of a day.
From a distance, it really looks terrible!
The taillights we also heavily swirled up.
A 50/50 before after with Scholl Concept S3 Gold. This is also a sun shot.
After the correction.
A closer look.
Under a LED and camera flash.
The door panel before correction. Visible swirls
Same door panel after correction.
As I said, because the car was heavily abused, not all damage can be corrected. Some deep scratches remain.
Emblems were all cleaned out as well
Edges were cleaned up as well. At this point of the detail, it has been 1 full day.
Not much was done to the interior as it was already cleaned.
We detailed the remaining area which are normally missed out.
We continued into the polishing process at day 2. Only upon the evening we were able to continue to the coating applicati0n. So here we present to you, the results.
Optimum Coating : Day 4,5 of 9 Audi TT S-Line