Zymol Royale treatment

Posted by Craig Parc Ferme on April 12, 2017
image This recent commission was to perform minor paint correction to 4 panels, a Zymol Royale treatment, and leather care. The car was washed down and degreaser put under the arches, sills etc, this was then rinsed down.The road wheels were then cleaned down faces and rears.The car was then treated to a hand wash using natural wool mitts.After final rinse the car was dried down using powerful hot air from a Venti machine.Any tar spots.Next we performed a clay bar process using 2 varying grades of clay bar on the paintwork, glass, and wheels.The next stage was to mask up the car ready for paint correction.All of the relevant areas were attended to using various grades of wet sanding material, and 3 varying grades of compounds and pads to achieve the result required.After wiping down these areas with IPA we began the Zymol process.Hd cleanse was applied to all painted panels and road wheels.We then applied 2 separate coats of Zymol Royale for protection.The road wheels were treated to a coat of wheel protective wax and the tyres and arches dressed.All exterior detail was carried out using detail spray and our own fine detailing brush.The leather was given a brush down along with all interior surfaces.A soft vacuum was then performed on the seats using a brush, and a complimentary vacuum to the car was carried out.The interior surfaces were wiped down using our interior cleaner. We then began the leather cleaning process using Zymol leather cleaner and our leather brush.Once we were satisfied with the clean we applied 2 coats of Zymol Treat leather feed.The glass was cleaned down inside and outside.The tailpipes were cleaned and polished prior to a coat of Zymol field glaze prior to handover

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