Very good client contacted me regarding a 2 stage polish + Opti Coat Pro on his recently purchased Lp640.
We had tried to schedule an appointment prior to this one but due to rainy weather we had to reschedule and he mentioned that maybe he was considering postponing the detail until the springtime, which is understandable. Luckily
... he had a change of heart and we were able to schedule a date where the weather worked in our favour!
So in to the shop it came!
As usual, the arrival pic
After cleaning the wheels, 2 Bucket Method wash, and clay bar, we masked the rubber trim
Next up was to take measurements of the paint with our special paint depth gauge which measures via ultrasound due to a few panels not being made of steel or aluminium. This gauge is not cheap at all and costed us $3000
These are the results of the 1st stage of polishing
After(did I mention that solid black is a pain in the a**?!)
Headlights & Taillights were polished as well
2nd stage of polishing was completed and then an alcohol wipe down to remove the polishing oils. Finally Opti Coat Primer applied to prepare for the Opti Coat Pro application
Tape removed and little details such as removing polish with a tooth pick from the edge of the stone guard was performed
And finally the star of the show, Opti Coat Pro
A shot in the sun to show no more swirls in the paint
All in all minus some deeper scratches which I suspect may have been from people leaning on the car for pics and the fact that it is solid black, I would say we got the paint condition to about an 8.5/9 out of 10.
Here are the results
I love reflection pics
The lens flare pointing at the car is pretty cool
And the last pic to finish the walk around
Hope you enjoyed the pics!!!