This is an art of mother nature. The Picasso piece that nature gave FOC to our client’s car when it was parked under the tree. We have with us a brand new Toyota Vios, ready to be detailed and treated with Opti-Coat™Pro.
Upon arrival, just like any car, we did our standard walk around to spot for any visible damages.
Initial inspection showed us that the car was indeed parked under a tree.
Visible bird dropping was spotted.
As we were walking to the back, we the sudden artistic side of us came alive as we spotted this nice painting.
Art come in many forms, in this case, it was in nature’s form.
As we complete our round check, we could not proceed with the paint inspected as the car was too dirty.
Hence, we proceed to washing the car first then inspecting the paint further. This is a bird dropping etching on the paint.
The paint on the other hand had next to no damage on it, but it just looked dull.
After much inspecting, we decided that the paint requires a good old fashioned polishing just to bring back the shine.
Now for the paint correction, we first worked on the bird dropping etching.
After much intense polishing, we got the stained spoiler to its original state.
While we were polishing the other sections of the car, a old stain mark was spotted as well.
The paint is visibly whiter and the stain is removed. No editing at all to the photo.
Finally, the paint was entirely polishing and the shine was back!
Comparing to the initial impression of the car, it now looks much cleaner, much glossier and much smoother. Its now ready to be treated with the coating.
Wheels were not in a bad shape, hence there was not much detailing that can be done.
After some cleaning up, we coated the wheels and got it protected.
The glass water pretty much stained with watermarks.
After the watermark removal treatment. The glass is restored to its supposed state.
Finally, after intense paint correction, stain removals, bird dropping etching restoration, we got the Opti-Coat™Pro applied. Check out the wet look on white.