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First up was the Porsche. The paint and interior was in really really good shape, but the wheels were NASTY. My sister (hired help) even asked what color they were supposed to be. :eek:

Then came the Escalade. Interior was a wreck (nothing some Super Green would not solve). Outside got an extra polishing step with CG EZ Glaze.

Best for last. The Lambo was in great shape, with only minimal swirls. Interior was almost perfect already.

Process for all was the same

Wash with Deep Crystal and 2-bucket method
Super Green by Majestic (6:1) on wheels with various brushes
Dry with WW and Quickshine
Spot Clay with Mothers
Seal with UPP and LSP with Meguiars Ultimate Spray Wax
Tires with Poly Pro
Rims with Poorboys Rim Sealant
Glass with Quickshine
Interiors with either HyperDressing at 7:1 (awesome) or Cockpitt Premium
Leather with Gloss-It Leather.

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All in all, very pleased client, and a return customers. I get to see these cars every month.

Thanks for lookin.
 

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Nice, nice and nice. The Lambo looked awesome, what a beautiful car.

What did you think of the paint on the Lambo? Was is soft and easy to work with or kinda like granite?
 

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Beautiful job Brandon!! (LAMBO.....oops I just drooled a bit on my keyboard)
 

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Thanks yall.

Jumbo-the paint was VERY VERY soft. To be honest, Chemical Guys EZ Creme Glaze corrected the light swirls on the front hood (by hand, IPA wipedown after). UPP did the rest.

I sure would hate to do a full swirl removal job on this one though.
 

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All products used are under " process used" bossman.
 

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Yep, I have a special place in my stable for UPP. May not be the best durability, but the looks on mettalics are second to none.
 
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