We have with us the all new Peugeot 308 Turbo. Being a brand new unit, fresh from the showroom. The owner immediately scheduled an appointment with us to get it protected.
Upon arrival, the car looked clean and sleek. The contamination were hidden.
We did our standard routine inspection. It was rather dusty.
A closer look on the paint and we spotted some watermark stains.
Some tree sap stains were spotted as well.
Although the watermarks issue was not serious, but it was still quite obvious even on a silver paint.
Looking closer at the paint condition, we found that the paint had been waxed/polished.
Although the PDI for Peugeot was not that bad, there were still some flaws leftover.
There were no visible swirls on the paint but some areas were poorly finished.
Holograms or Buffing marks were spotted on some areas of the car.
On the plastic side panels, we found some visible swirls and scratches.
Check out the difference in lighting.
Water reaction on the paint tells us that the paint had been waxed but the effect was wearing off.
We started with a deep and detailed cleaning for the entire car. Areas like these are never neglected.
The plastic panel before detailing.
The same plastic panel after.
All the plastic panels were properly corrected.
We also spotted some haziness on the taillights, although not visible to the untrained eye, this is still something that we would treat before applying any protection coat.
After taillight correction.
The haziness is visibly removed and shine restored.
Although the paint had been polished, we did not hesitate to give it a finishing polish just to smooth things out.
In result, it gave an enhancement in not only the colour but also the metallic flakes.
The holograms around the car had also been corrected.
Wheels were jut slightly covered in brake dust.
It wasn’t really a big problem but its common on continental cars.
After cleaning and coating.
Checkout the gloss enhancement on even matte surface.
and finally, without any further delays, check out the caption-less only pictures, all natural lighting photographs of the after coating effects.