The wheels received first stage clean with the Wolfs Chemical's Decon Gel to remove any carbon/brake dust fall out, followed with the Duragloss Alloy Wheel Cleaner 851 for those soft Simmons Wheels.
Second stage was to give the wheels a really good Buff/Polish as likely from heat from track days and overall life the reflection and gloss from the Alloy Wheels had diminished.
We used the Flitz Buff Ball with combination of Flitz Polish and also Purple Metal Polish which had same absolutely phenomenal results as can be seen below!
Again the car was rinsed down thoroughly and left wet for the Claying Process. (Clay of choice is the Dodo Juice Clay Bar)
Before we started the Machine Polishing/Correction we had a quick check of the paint depth with the Paint Thickness Gauge;
We started straight up with a Festool Wool Pad and Menzerna FG500 on the Festool Shinex as she needed some work that was for sure!
After one/two passes;
(LED Lenser to double check!)
Who knew this black had metallic in there!
A few hours were spent on the initial cut to remove these terrible spiderweb marks/imperfections and some of the scratches were in fact quite deep.
Next up we jumped onto the Festool Orange Pad with again Menzerna FG500 on the Rotex followed with Menzerna PF2500 on a Festool White Pad (Rotex again) and Menzerna SF4000 on the Black Finishing Pad.
Lukasz spent approx 14 hours on the machine correction on this Car. The results in clarity and slickness of the paint was unbelievable! We were incredibly pleased with the results that had we achieved and of course hoped the customer would be as happy with the finish as we were!
Final stages we decided to use Dodo Juice Need For Speed on the Festool Black Pad, followed with 2 Coats of Dodo Juice Purple Haze over 2 days of curing and refinishing.
Last but not least we decided we needed a little bit more so out come the Dodo Juice Red Mist for that little tiny bit extra oomph to finally finish this beast.