This gorgeous white Range Rover was brought in to get back to its original shape. The paint had all sorts of surface contamination that is so typical for a white car (it looks like tiny rust spots all over the bottom surfaces usually) and the interior shows signs of young kids. It was a real pleasure to bring this vehicle back to where it belonged to be. Here is the write up for the work involved:
Here are the finished shots:
This poor vehicle had been compounded by an inept fellow who did a lot of damage to the paint. This job was very challenging as there was actually very little clear coat to work with but in spite of that, I was still able to turn it around. The customer drove from Chatham for me to do my magic on it and he was very interested in getting the best protection against the elements and decided to go with CQuartz UK edition. Here is the write up for the work that went into this job. Every job gets a written description of all the steps that were taken:
This bike is owned by a friend of mine who only wanted the very best for his paint, namely CQuartz Finest. I only did a bit of polishing on this one and then coated it for him. Here's the write up:
This vehicle was treated to an aggressive decontamination to remove the many, many little brown (look like rust) spots on the paint and then a one step polish to revive the paint. It was then sealed with the amazing Americoat coating on the wheels, paint and glass.
Here is the full write up on the transformation:
This customer drove all the way from Chicago, IL to have me repair his key scratch vandalism on his 2012 Audi Q7! I really wanted to do everything in my power to make sure he was very glad to have driven a 10 hour round trip. Hopefully you'll agree why he was so very happy when you see the pics...
This repeat customer had factory ordered this beautiful black metallic Equinox and it received my "new car coating package" with CQuartz UK edition. The paint, glass and wheels were coated with CQUK and the trim with a trim-specific coating. THIS is how a new vehicle should look!
I will try to keep up with an activity log, aka blog, to showcase the work of the season. Your comments are welcomed.