this is the first detail after just 300 miles. the car had some light over spray & very light swirls that needed to be taken care of.
here are a few goodies, there might be more since i last had the car in the shop a few weeks ago!
i think the factory clutch was already replaced as well. talk about getting right into it, the car had only 300 miles when i first got her in here.
Project Mu BBK: 6 Piston Front, 4 Piston Rear
Volks Orange TE37 Wheels
Flex L3403 Rotary
Meguiars M205 Ultra Finishing Polish
with a little Optimum Finish Polish
& a few spritzes of 3M Quick Wax Spray
Rejex On- all glass, head & tails, wheels
1Z Einszett Glanz Wax topped with
Collinite 476S Super Double Coat Paste Wax
Black Magic Tire Wet Gel
drying the wheels with the leaf blower
this car was extremely low.
i didn't want to take any chances scraping the lip so i placed a piece of brand new carpet under there.
taped up & ready to polish
Rejex curing on the windshield
spinning out the machine at 3700 rpms to clean the pad. the pad was rinsed out under the sink first.
this is done to remove any excesss water. too much water & it will make a big mess when polishing. i basically do this till i dont feel water spraying off the side of my leg anymore lol.
once the pad is dry depending on how the products are working with the clear coat, i either spray 1 or 2 times a mist of water onto the pad or onto the body of the car. for the Evo X & it seems more & more recently, ive been spraying the actual body of the car first. i went with the 3M Quick Wax as a substitute for water this time.
getting my moneys worth. thats the foil seal on the new bottle of polish. yes, i really did that.
started out with 9 large dots of M205.
set on 1 for 1100 rpm polishing speed
dot. dot, dot: spreading some polish