Ford GT

This is the second of three cars we are detailing for this customer, the first being the Mercedes G-Wagon which is one of his daily driven cars so was treated to G-Techniq new car detail. This however, this is his bit of weekend/sunny day fun! So durability isn’t essential and he wanted a very deep lust and wet look finish to the paint, so a glaze and wax finish was decided on.

Despite being very well looked after, a couple of swirls and the odd scratch has appeared. To correct and finish this a twin stage correction and finishing machine stages was needed.

Upon inspection…

Back breakingly low…

First stage is to cleanse the wheels. With lots of brake dust spotting, the wheels were worked over with various brushes and IronX.

Working over…

Once all the bonded dirty and brake dust was removed it was on to washing the body down…

Engine bay was also worked over and dressed with a none greasy product as to avoid dust and dirt automatically sticking…

Drying the rear made easy… Having to wear a uniform which won’t mark the paint with any buttons or zips etc isn’t the smartest, but there is no better illustration of the importance..

Once completely dried with the aid of a drying towel and compressed air it was driven back into its car house ready for the correction and finishing stages.

Not a bad line up….

After a fairly extensive testing of pad/polish combinations, s17 with a light polishing pad at a low/very low speed achieved the results superbly.

And of course.. it has to be done..

Once the correction and machine stages were complete, we decided to glaze the paint work with PoorBoys Black Hole.

Left curing…

Once cured and buffed off and left to sit for an hour Swissvax Glacier was appiled..

Whilst Glacier was curing, the throttle body was polished, and glass coated with G-Techniq G1..

G1 leaving the glass very reflective too.
Once the swissvax was buffed off, all the door shuts were then coated…

Glaze and wax finish…

The headlight plastic lenses were also machined and finished…

Completed…

HDR image…

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