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      03-01-2011, 08:33 PM   #1
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Swissvax'ed LeMans Blue BMW DINAN E93 M3

This car was about 6 months old, and the owner had not yet had it professionally detailed because the car was in the process of being modified and he wanted it to look best once all the mechanical work was done.

The car had a few small scratches which were taken care of without a problem, and a small scrape on the rear bumper that i touched up with factory BMW touch-up paint.

This car got a Surface Cleansing and Protection package using Swissvax Products along with a Full Interior Detail also with Swissvax Products.

Paint:
-SV car bath
-SV Cleaner Fluid Strong w/ Yellow 3.5 inch pad (for small scratches)
-SV Cleaner Fluid Professional w/black SV pad (to finish scratch repair)
-SV Cleaner Fluid Regular
-SV Blau Weiss BMW Wax
-SV Engine (for exhaust stains)

Interior
-SV Leather Cleaner
-1Z Cockpit
-SV Protecton Matt
-SV Leather Milk
-1Z Glass Cleaner

Engine:
-SV Engine
-SV Protecton
-SV Cleaner Fluid Medium (Carbon Intake)
-SV Shield Wax with PTFE (Carbon Intake)

Rubber Seals:
-SV Seal Feed

Exterior Plastic/Vinyl
-SV Protecton

Wheels:
-SONAX Full Effect
-1Z Industrial Cleaner
-SV Cleaner Fluid Medium
-SV Autobahn
-1Z Rubber Care


The car had not been washed in two weeks...








The rubber seals were full of old wax.



























The Engine Before










A nice soak in SONAX Full Effect Wheel Cleaner



A few minutes later...




Here's a scratch that the owner tried to repair with some compound by hand, however you can see this only made the situation worse. the scratch was too deep to remove safely, however it was reduced signifigantly.



After...


This scrape required touch-up paint.





The Result of 8 hours of work...











































Thats all for that one. Thanks for looking!
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      03-02-2011, 06:33 PM   #2
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damn thats some serious work.

Can you PM the price for something like this.
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      03-02-2011, 10:29 PM   #3
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wow awesome work!
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