This is Day 9 of 9 days of non-stop detailing. The Finale. We have here a Bently Continental GT. A monstrous car with a monstrous W12 Twin Turbo engine. The Car is almost “new” as it just came back from a paint job. With not much damages and a very glossy finish.
From a distance you can see that the car is clean and shiny like new but when we look closer we found some minor damages.
The grills were fully oxidized chrome grills were beyond repair, we tried every possible polishing and products but it still cannot be reversed.
We moved on to a surface inspection. Light swirls spotted.
More light swirls spotted on the side fender.
Light swirls on side door panels,
This is how you pop the hood on a Bently.
Wolf under a sheeps clothing. The engine way rather clean but we still detailed all the edges.There were some grease here and there, some dust and dead bugs.
We first washed the car. And we do mean a detailed wash. Areas like this were not neglected.
The engine was detailed to perfection. Everything hard to reach area was clean with just a sistema 0.02 soft bristle tooth brush and a cotton bud.
We moved on to the surface correction after the engine was finished off with a layer of protectant. Under a high powered LED after correction swirls no longer visible.
Another shot from the same panel just to be sure.
No visible swirl on the hood. Notice the slight blur on the hood, it is the smudge mark from the wiping.
We treated the glass with a dedicated Glass Coating from WetShine.net called the WetShine Prizm.
And the Final Results as the gloss and shine after correction and Optimum Coating.
Optimum Coating : Day 9 of 9 Bentley Continental GT The Finale.