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I WISH!!!!


Just valeted her today for a client.

materials i used were:

1. Turtle wax Green Zip Wax
2. Meguires Step 2 Polish
3. Meguires Step 3 Carnauba ( used on Rims too. )
4. Meguires Tyre Gel ( didnt take any photos of it as i didnt want to get it on the camera, messy stuff! )
5. Meguires Metal Polish ( Exhausts )

Doesnt sound like a lot but if used right these are the results you get :D












NOW THE POLISH GOES ON.....


















Whoops, quite a few photos ......... 56k OWNED! :rofl:
 

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mate how can i get polish from down the joins of baody panels without scratching the paintwork?
not too hard really, just a trick with a cloth.

Pick up a clean thin cloth, fold it in 2 and the find a corner ( where you folded it ) and it should be more of a point than a corner, then just use that to get it out , if you have no idea whaty im talking about ill take a photo if you want to.
 

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Are you a professional detailer then mate?
Can you do scratch removal and machine buffing etc?
Just curious as you're not too far away really :)
 

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Where abouts in essex you from mate? I wouldnt mind getting mine done to make me love it again due to the fact those ***** scratched it
billericay ( basildon way ) :D near where damien lives.

Well ive got quite a few things here but deep scratches i cant do anything about. like so deep that the primer has shown itself.
hazes, light scratches, ect... shouldnt be a problem but not guaranteed.

I can pretty much make the paint look like liquid if enough time is spent on it.

yeh i know what you mean but the person that had it beofre me tried to polish it and its all dried down in the cracks etc
ummm i hate that! actally the worst one in my experience is where the polish gets stuck on black plastic and shows up white when it drys, bugger to get out.

Are you a professional detailer then mate?
Can you do scratch removal and machine buffing etc?
Just curious as you're not too far away really :)
sadly i dont do that, i honestly dont have the funding to buy all the equipment , ive just started to do resprays at the minute for pratice.
 

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how much would you charge for that mate?
 
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