I know the owner of this vehicle only because his wife is part owner of the mechanic’s shop where all 3 of my vehicles are service and maintained. First let me say, I was not hired to do full correction on this vehicle. Second let me say, that this paint needed some wet sanding or a repaint. The customer is getting ready to sell the truck. My job was to clean the paint to get it ready for sell. As you can see, this 4x4 is used to go 4 wheeling. I am not positive, but it looks like it was driven through a forest, and might have bumped a tree or two. Also – minor paint cracks here and there and clear coat failure across the top of the passenger doors.
Here we go:
Exterior trim, tires and wheel wells – APC and brushed and rinsed before main wash
Wash 2 bucket method – PB’s SS&S
Riccardo Blue Clay – PB’s S&W mixed 50/50 with water
Quick review on the Riccardo Clay – Tacky Tacky Tacky - worked great too!!
I did 1 pass per each - as stated below
Poorboy’s SSR 2.5, Makita Rotary, orange LC CCS pads 7.5”, 6” & 5” – different pads for different areas
Poorboy’s PWC Blue – Flex – white LC CCS pads 6.5”
Poorboy’s PWC Blue – PC – white LC CCS pads 4” on front chrome bumper.
Roof – I use PWC blue by hand along the top sides of the doors, top of back tailgate and around the sunroof. There was no possible way or reason to polish in between the 8”x 8” squares in the middle of the roof rack)
Hood - came out good but there are scratches and swirls that are still there.
PB’s Trim Restorer on all exterior trim
PB’s BnB on tires and wheel wells.
Pb's - EXP - 1 coat - MF applicator dampened with water.
Wash buckets and Clay
These 2 pictures holding the camera (not using tripod)
These 2 pictures are same area as above but using tripod
More correction photos