Discussion in 'Detailing and Car Care' started by Jonnyg123, May 16, 2020.
Very happy with the result
Super shiny. Great depth of black.
Looks better in the flesh it’s got a right sparkle to it gold and green bits
cant beat a nice shiny car
what products did you use on it ?
Not sure I had a guy do it for me
yes that is the approach that l took with mine as well and l take it back twice a year for full decontamination and ceramic top up makes maintenance washing a whole lot easier
Twice a year? They only recommended one a year when I had mine done.
yes they do but l do get mine done twice. once as we come out of winter and the summers go back on and then late October just before we go back into winter
it is just me being lazy and getting somebody else to do all the hard work for me on the winter prep detail
Cars looking good, cannot beat black for reflections.
Get some of these -various grit. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Garryson-G...ocphy=1006864&hvtargid=pla-421602822923&psc=1
for your curbing, will not make it perfect but make it a hell of lot less noticeable until (if) you get the wheels refurbed.
The lad used something like those and then went on to buff it all over.
The wheels are going in to be done in ferric grey as soon as I get back working again
and I agree black is awesome for the tome it’s actually clean
yeah, thats why my IS200 way back was the last black car I had, loved it, yet when i looked back to admire my handy work it was already dusty.
Mrs Mc's Mini black roof drives me nuts.
I can relate to that completely
Tried to take a close up pic of the metallic last weekend
the flake in the paint really pops in the sunshine
the BMW ruby black is a nice colour that can look black in dull light and a deep red/burgundy colour in the sunshine
That does look REALLY good.
Very nice .