Here is a Porsche 911 997 C4S, which was in for a 2-stage correction. The vehicle was transported back from Poland on a trailer with an ill-secured cover, which consequently flapped the entirety of the journey – henceforth, causing defects on the paintwork.
First up were the alloys, which were deironised and cleaned with a non-acidic wheel brightener… later in the detail they were coated with 2 helpings of wheel wax; the arches and tyres were also cleaned and protected.
Next were the exhaust tips.
Once the exterior received the usual comprehensive Refined Details safe wash process, including snow foam and the two bucket method – it was time to roll the vehicle into the unit for clay barring.
Here are some bonded contaminants that were removed:
Before divulging into the machine polishing, the interior received a cleanse and protection.
Now onto removing the transportation inferred defects and light swirling experienced.
Drivers Wing Before
Drivers Wing After
Drivers Door Before
Drivers Door After
Drivers 3/4 Panel Before
Drivers 3/4 Panel After
Miscellaneous Post-Correction Shots
With the paintwork resurrected back to its former glory – the paintwork was protected with 2 x coatings of our Nanotechnology Sealant, offering well over 1 years protection. All the other exterior surfaces were protected accordingly.
Looking much better – and then the sun came out to play, which made her really pop!!
It was a real pleasure getting this absolutely stunning C4S back up to her former glory – I know some people think Porsche’s are “samey” but I have no idea why. The lines on every breed/evolution of the 911 are just breathtaking!
Thank you for looking and reading as always…