Today we have here not just your normal Peugeot 308. This is the Gruffe edition, its something like a sports edition for Peugeots. We were honoured to get to coat and work on such a car althought not extremely expensive.
Upon arrival, we inspected the car. The weather for that day was cold and wet. It had rained last night and the car is coated with a layer of dirt and dust.
But looking from a distance, it still seemed to be in good condition.
As we inspected into detail, we found…
Dust covered chrome makes the chrome look oxidized
Rims were brake dust covered
Moving to the paint inspection, we found holograms from post delivery polishing.
More holograms on the paint
Some sections had visible swirls and holograms.
The hood was also filled with holograms only visible under proper lighting.
For the correction stage, we first washed the car in a detailed manner. Clearly we could see that the polish that the dealership did was insufficient for paint protection.
We corrected the parts with holograms.
Others sections was also successfully corrected. Pardon the wiping marks from the polishing oil.
There was no longer any swirls and holograms around the lighting. Again, pardon the polishing as we were testing a new polish.
And finally, we cleaned the engine bay and applied a layer of plastic and vinyl protected on the covers.
The wheels were cleaned to detailed.
Dried off and finished with Optimum Coating.
We also cleaned and Optimum Protected the leather for a natural soft touch and shine.
The finishing blew the owner away with the intense gloss and shine from a maroon red car.
Optimum Coating: Gruffe Peugeot 308 Turbo