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Porsche 911 Turbo S by Unique

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Old 06-20-2011, 08:45 PM
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Let me first introduce myself, my name is David Purser, owner of Unique Detailing in Bristol Va. I travel across the east region. Let me introduce Porsche 911 Turbo S. This was scheduled for a full correction. The condition of the car was in very good condition with a few random scratches and minor holograms. I was able to remove all the defects and make the paint "Pop"

The wash process took place a few days before i started the polishing

After the initial rinse, I used a Citrus Based PH cleaner to loosen up any dirt and bugs

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While i took care of that Eric worked on the wheels. P21s was the choice of product to use



After the wheels were cleaned and the Citrus cleaner was left to dwell for a few minutes, We gave her a foam bath. A mixture of Dawn and Citrus cleaner



Time for the Wash, A two bucket method was used with Sheepskin mitts



After the wash, we rinsed the car down to remove all the suds.



The car was brought inside to dry





Onto the Correction

The car was clayed with Detailed Image Fine clay and Dodo Juice Born Slippy



Once clayed it was time to tape her up



My camera wasnt picking up all the defects but you could see random scratches throughout







With Porsche paint being soft i was able to use Lc Black with M205 to remove the defects











There was some heavier scratches on the rear bumper, so i used Surbuf/M105 to remove





 
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Old 06-20-2011, 08:51 PM
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Rear Quater





On the hood i used the Megs Microfiber system, followed by Lc Black M205





Once the car was polished i went over the car with CG Ez Cream Glaze to clean the paint and add cherry on top



While the car was in the air, i thought i would go over the Exhaust box





The wheels had a few marks here and there so Lc Black and M205 took care of that





Then the wheels were sealed with Blackfire Wet Paint Sealant



The rest of the car was sealed with Blackfire too



After it was left to cure it was wiped off



Onto the final pics







Thanks for viewing
 
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Old 12-18-2012, 12:19 PM
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Wow you have done great job. the car is shining like new. great work... Its looking that you are brilliant expert in detailing the cars. Is this your garage? Thanks for sharing. Good work. also share the method of interior detailing.
 

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