We have here with us a Toyota Prius today, being silver, it is very hard for a glossy and wet finish but we certainly produce the most spectacular results. Check out the process.
Upon arrival, we did a quick walk around the car to spot any visible damages on the body.
We saw some water on the rear windscreen and it was drying up quick from the heat.
We needed to move fast as the water may dry up and form light watermarks on the surface.
On the paint, the surface is not protected and dirty. Notice the water beadings are all scattered.
Generally, the is just covered is road grime, dirt, sand and dust.
Here are some of the dried up water on the front end of the car. This might cause some light watermarks.
On the windscreen, we found the similar dust from dried up water.
Grills were all dust and covered with sand.
We inspected the paint condition under sun. No holograms, swirls or paint defects found.
On a different section with a LED, the results were the same.
We inspected multiple sections to confirm the consistency of the paint around the car.
*Note that we inspected the paint work after washing process.
We cleaned the car thoroughly and areas like this were not missed.
Emblems were cleaned too as dirt tends to cake up in the gaps.
After the washing of the car, we took a short break and while doing that we gave the engine a quick clean and conditioning.
Moving to issues on the Glass. We found watermarks that ached into the glass.
After the correction on the glass, Ignore the wipe marks.
Some areas required polishing and here is the cleared and clean glass. *again, ignore the buff mark.
Then we coated the glass for the hydrophobic effect.
The wheels were not in a very dirty state, so we cleaned them and got them coated.
Check out the water beading on the surface.
Although hybrid models do not produce alot of brake dust, but coating the rims gives a convenience on cleaning!
Finally, We present to you a silver, wet, and glossy Toyota Prius.