You can always spot a car enthusiast by the tires.
BRZ after a decontamination wash, clay bar and paint sealant.
Chevy SS polished and ready for ceramic coating.
The folks at @eslah_garage asked for a shout out from UAE. Check out their repairs to this BMW.
After every detail the shop is cleaned up including the polishing pads. I was not able to take any pictures of the completed Honda Pilot but it was quite a transformation. The paint is soft and I used stacks of pads, here drying in the spin dryer.
Test area to check results from cutting with heavy compound.
A look at the Pilot after the decontamination wash.
2011 Honda Pilot is here for a makeover detail. Interior steam clean, engine detail, headlight restoration, and 2 step paint correction.
1994 Land Cruiser looking good after oxidation removal and exterior detail.
Land Cruiser’s engine bay detail
The oxidation has been removed and the paint underneath takes a nice polish. A nice save for this ‘94 Land Cruiser.
A pillars getting cleaned up.
Pads squeaky clean time to dry.
Pads can last for many uses. Or they can be destroyed in a few minutes. Keeping them clean is a must especially after working on single stage paint.
Plastic trim restoration. It’s best to protect before it fades but if you have dull plastics they can be restored.
Restoring faded plastic running boards and trim.
Final polish for the Land Cruiser’s roof.
Bird’s eye view of the Land Cruiser’s roof. The Nano is perfect for navigating the obstacle course up here.
The joys of single stage paint. This is how the pads look after polishing a 2 x 2 foot section.