Alongside myself on this detail I had the pleasure of James Fox a freelance videographer.
The camera in question is a Canon XL1 spec’d identically to those used to film Danny Boyle’s film, 28 Days Later.
The package performed on this vehicle was Gold.
A very much standard mixture of dirt and defects found around the body to be dealt with.
First up were the alloy wheels.
Alloys were treated with a non-acidic wheel cleaner, which was agitated with various brushes – the tyres were dressed and alloys were sealed later on in the detail.
Exhaust received treatment from wire wool to remove the stubborn carbon build up, polished to a high finish and protected with a coat of high temperature wax.
The vehicle then received the standard Refined Details cleanse including the two bucket method, snow foam and clay barring – time to mask up and polish the vehicle…
Light swirls and holograms, a 1-step Lime Prime Enhancing Machine polish was the choice to correct the defects.
Once the polishing was completed the plastics/rubbers were dressed, glass treated and paintwork protected by Valentines Concours Wax.
Here is video produced by James Fox:
Obligatory thumbs up!
A massive thank you to James for joining me on this detail and for producing a fantastic video for the business – as always thank you all for looking and reading…