This commission was to perform a full detail on a Maserati Gran Turismo.The car was initially rinsed down to remove dust etc.The tyres, arches, sills, etc were degreased , once this product had been agitated it was rinsed down.We then cleaned the wheels, faces and rears, using our soft wheel brushed and non acid wheel cleaner until they were to our standard.The exterior then had a 5 stage hand wash using natural wool mitts, and soft wet detail brushes.After the final rinse the car was dried down using hot air from the Vents Bi Motor machine.The next stage was to empty the cabin and boot area of all belongings , over carpets, trays, rubber infill covers, tools etc.The interior was then treated to an initial vacuum.We then used our dusting brush too clear out all vents, switches etc before blowing the interior through with the Vents.Another vacuum was then carried out.All of the interior surfaces were then cleaned down by hand using our multi purpose cleaner,sponges and brushes.The leather was cleaned and fed using our leather feed.All interior glass surfaces were cleaned down, and any carbon fibre components were polished with our finishing spray.After a final vacuum all of the belongings etc were replaced .The exterior received a 2 stage clay bar treatment to remove any surfaces contamination on the paint surface, glass, carbon fibre components, and road wheels.The paintwork was then wiped down with IPA prior to being coated with Parc Ferme Speed Wax.The glass was cleaned down, and the tyres, arches and tailpipes dressed.The wheels received a coating of our wheel protective spray, and the paintwork received a final coat of our finishing spray prior to handover.
Congratulations to Mike from Yorkshire for successfully completing our paint correction training course.Mike passed both practical and theory sections of the exam with high grades.We would like to wish him every success with his new business venture and we will continue to support him with our lifetime technical support.
This commission was to perform a full detail with paint correction .Initially the car was rinsed own to remove dust etc.We began by performing an engine wash using degreaser and our engine detail brushes.Once this was completed we degreased the tyres, arches, sill, etc, and agin once rinsed down we turned our attention the road wheels.These were cleaned down faces and rears using our wheel cleaner and our soft alloy wheel brushes.Once these stages were completed the exterior was given a wet detail using degreaser on the badges, panel joins etc along with a multi stage hand wash using wool mitts.After the final rinse down the car was completely dried down using the Venti hot air blow dryer.We began by removing all belongings,matts,rubber pads,etc before giving the car a full vacuum.Next we used our dust brush to remove all dusts from vents, switches etc.We then blow air through the cabin area, and carried out another vacuum.All of the interior surfaces were cleaned down using our multi-purpose cleaner, sponge, and brushes.All of the leather surfaces were fed using Parc Ferme leather food.Finally we cleaned all interior glass surfaces , and replaced all matts etc.The exterior was then treated to a clay bar treatment to remove all surface contamination including the exterior glass and road wheels.The paintwork was then wiped down using IPA prior to being masked up.We performed 3 stage paint correction using Scholl compounds of varying grades and foam pads of varying grades.Deeper scratches were located and wet sanded out using varying grades of wet sand material.after un-masking the paintwork was wiped down with IPA prior to waxing.The wax used was Parc Ferme Speed wax to enhance and protect the corrected paint surface.The tyres and arches were dressed along with the tailpipes, and the engine and bay were dressed to OEM finish.The exterior glass was cleaned down, and all exterior detail was performed using Parc Ferme detail spray and a fine detail brush.Finally of the seals were dressed and the wheels were given a coat of Parc Ferme wheel protectant, along with a coat of our finishing spray.
We would like to congratulate Tom on completing his detailer training at our training Academy.Tom passed with flying colours all both practical and theory sections of the course.We wish him luck with his new venture and remain on hand to advise in the future.All of our detailing training courses are operated on a one to one basis for maximum effect and allowing more time to be spent with each student.The course is for 1 week and is operated on 1 car only for the duration of the training, to cover every aspect of automotive detailing.Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com for an information pack.
This commission was for a full detail and a Zymol Royale top up.The car was rinsed down and degreaser was added to the tyres, arches, sills, and under the PU’s.Once rinsed down we began to clean the road wheels , faces and rears using Parc Ferme wheel cleaner and soft wheel brushes.Once to our standard we performed a wet detail the exterior using degreaser and a wet detail brush on all badges, handles, panel joins etc.After rinsing the car down again , we began to clean the convertible hood using Parc Ferme cleaner and our hood brush.After rinsing this down we performed a 5 stage hand wash .After the final rinse the car was blown dry with powerful hot air.We began the detail by attending to the interior first.All belongings, mats etc were removed prior to an initial vacuum.Next we brushed out all vents, switches etc before blowing the cabin through with air.Another vacuum was then carried out.All of the interior surfaces were cleaned down using Parc Ferme multi-purpose cleaner, interior sponges and brushes.The leather was treated to 2 coats of Zymol Leather food.To complete the interior the glass surfaces were cleaned down along with a final vacuum and all belongings etc returned to the car.The exterior received 2 coats of Zymol Royale and all exterior detail was performed using detail spray and a detail brush.The next stage was to dress the tyres and arches, along with cleaning and polishing the tailpipes.The exterior glass was cleaned down and any fluff etc removed from the hood.the road wheels were treated with wheel protector, and the bodywork was given a spritz of Zymol Field Glaze prior to handover.
This commission was to perform full paint correction to this Bentley Continental Fixed Head.The car had already been washed and dried prior to our arrival.We began by performing a full inspection of the paintwork prior to starting any work.After inspection it was established that the paintwork required a 2 stage clay bar process to all painted surfaces.Once completed the car was wiped down using IPA.After masking up the appropriate areas we began the paint surface correction process.This particular process involved 3 stages of paint correction using 3 varying grades of compounds and 3 varying grades of foam pads.Once completed we assessed the paintwork , marked ares of concern and carried out an additional wet sanding process using 2 grades of wet sand material.After a full wipe down with IPA and a final inspection, the paintwork was given a final stage of paint correction provide a uniform colour and add gloss to the finish.We then applied Zymol HD Cleanse to the paintwork.The next step was to add 2 individual coats of Zymol Royale.All of the exterior detail was performed using Parc Ferme fine detailing brushes with detail spray.Finally the paintwork, wheel caps and brightwork were given a coat of Zymol Field Glaze prior to handover.
This car is now a member of our Concierge service.The service required the following process.The car was rinsed down to remove all dust etc.The wheel arches, tyres , sills, and under the PU’s were degreased and rinsed down.The road wheels were cleaned faces and rears until to our satisfaction using our soft wheel brush and our non acidic wheel cleaner.The car was then treated to a 5 stage hand wash using natural wool mitts and our Parc Ferme body shampoo.After final rinse the car was hand dried and finished using a Venti Bi Motor including the engine and bay.The next stage was to attend to the interior.We began by using our vent brush to remove dust etc from all vents, switches etc.Next we performed a full vacuum including the boot area.All of interior surfaces were cleaned down using our interior cleaner, interior sponge and brushes.All glass surfaces were cleaned down inside and out.The tyres were dressed along with the arches and tailpipes.Finally the car was given a coating of Parc Ferme finishing spray.
This commission was for a Zymol Royale top up and a detail.The car was initially rinsed down and degreaser added to the tyres, arches etc.Once this product had been rinsed off we turned our attention to the road wheels which were cleaned down using a Parc Ferme soft wheel brush and degreaser.The car was then washed down using Zymol Clear shampoo, after a final rinse the bodywork was hand dried and then blown down with hot air from a Venti machine.The next stage was to perform a light clay bar treatment to remove all surface contamination.Once completed the paintwork was inspected for any blemishes etc.We then added 2 separate coats of Zymol Royale to the paintwork and brightwork.The road tyres were dressed and the glass surfaces cleaned down.All of the interior surfaces were cleaned down and fed using Zymol Treat and Zymol Vinyl.The interior was then treated to a full vacuum.The convertible hood was laid out , cleaned by hand and fed with Zymol Vinyl.Finally the exterior detail was carried out using Parc Ferme detail brushes and detail spray, and a coat of Zymol Field Glaze was added.
The commission was to carry out paint correction, scratch removal, and leather care.We began by carrying out a full wash down of the car.Next we applied degreaser to the tyres, arches etc, while this product was agitating we washed the badges, handles , panel joins etc with degreaser and a Parc Ferme wet detail brush.Another rinse was carried out.We then turned our attention to the road wheels including removing the spare wheel from the rear doors.These were cleaned faces and rears until they were clean.We then performed a 5 stage hand wash , after the final rinse the car was dried down using hot air.We the performed a 3 stage clay process using 3 varying grades of clay bar.After wiping down with IPA the car then had grills , etc remover prior to a full masking up using 3M 3434 tape and masking paper.4 stage paint correction was performed using varying grades of Scholl compounds and relevant pads.All deeper scratches were attended to by using 2 grades of wet sanding material.Another wipe down with IPA prior to unmasking.The car was then given 2 coats of Parc Ferme wax for protection and all exterior detail was carried out using detail spray and a Parc Ferme detailing brush.The tyres, arches, etc were all dressed along with the tailpipes.We then turned our attention to the interior, an initial brush down using our dusting brush, was followed by a soft vacuum to the leather seats and a vacuum to the entire interior.All surfaces were wiped down using our interior cleaner.The leather was then fed using Parc Ferme leather conditioner.All interior and exterior glass was cleaned down.A final coat of Parc Ferme Finishing spray was added to the paintwork prior to delivery.
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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