First project up for our final TNOG of 2016, a perfect demonstration car, a 2016 Ford Mustang rental car. Why are rental cars typcially great for demonstrating our products?! Scroll down!
Heavy swirls, scratches, stains, all types of below surface defects or defect "within" the clear coat paint.
We first started by removing the light dust with our Last Touch Spray Detailer and then used our C2000 Professional Mild Detailing Clay to remove the rough feeling above surface contaminants.
We ended up using this rental car to get some users familiar with using our MT300 DA Polisher. We tried both our DA Microfiber Cutting Disc w/D300 DA Microfiber Correction Compound as well as our DFC5 Soft Buff DA Foam Cutting Disc with D300. Our microfiber system ended up removing the deep scratches quicker. We then followed with our M205 Ultra Finishing Polish on our DFP5 Soft Buff DA Foam Polishing Disc, and then our M21 Synthetic Sealant 2.0 on our DFF5 Soft Buff DA Foam Finishing Disc.
Michael Stoops give a lesson in working tight areas with our MT300.
Tommy tested some combination on the hood his Mercedes Benz.
More tight space DA Polishing.
We had two users who had never used a dual action polisher before, and in about 10 minutes of instruction, they were mowing through defects with ease with our MT300 and DA Microfiber Correction System.
M21 Synthetic Sealant 2.0 drying
And the final results!
One last project for the night, this 2012 BMW had a decent scratch in the hood. What we found upon performing a test spot was that the paint on this car was very resilient. Michael Stoops used our M101 Foam Cut Compound on our DMC5 Microfiber Cutting Disc quite a few times but made a awesome improvement.
And after, you can just barely see the scratch in the reflection of the fluorescent lights.
Thanks to everyone for coming out!