Yet another JDM legend came in to us for some detailing and paint restoration. We had already known the car for quite a while and understand that there was a paint job involved. But due to the quality of the paint job, the rare clean finish was already done on the body. After driving many miles and going through many washes, its finally time for the annual restoration to keep the car always looking spanking new.
The car had been at our place for the entire night as the owner of this sweet ride had gone to work. In the morning, we started our work.
We diagnose the paint surface for obvious contamination. Here you can see the watermark stains.
Some light swirls were found on the bonnet.
On the boot, we also found some light swirls.
Black had always been a challenge to fix, here you see some swirls and water on the rear spoiler.
Even more visible swirls damages on the rear spoiler.
Our initial spotted revealed some very minor, next to unnoticeable oxidation on the headlights, so we did the essential steps to remove the oxidation.
Check out the Before.
After. Some very minor gloss differences.
After paint restoration. Swirls no longer visible.
Same panels that we showed you the watermark stains. No more stains.
Watermark and Swirls on spoiler deck (Before)
After paint correction.
On another section of the spoiler deck. (Before)
We did some minor detailing on the steering wheel since we had some free time and also because the wheel is filthy! (on the left: undetailed; on the right: cleaned.)
Dirty oil stains had edged into the texture of the metal.
On the right side of the steering wheel. Similar results.
Momo wording clear and clean!
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