This beautiful MB S450 was brought to me for a Deluxe treatment which included removing the wheels and coating the barrels with Opti Guard and then compounding and polishing the paint, filling the paint chips and lastly, coating the paint with my best product- CQuartz Finest. Here is the procedure linked below on two different detailing forums:
This vehicle is a beautiful colour red and it was a pleasure to work on it and get the red looking great again! Here is the job that was posted on 2 different forums:
Here's the best way to protect the paint, wheels and glass on your brand new car, whether it's a Mercedes or a minivan.
This is the care that went into making this Town & Country have the best protection it can:
I wanted to share this unsolicited email I got from a customer for whom I coated a 2011 Dodge Journey in December of 2012. Here is what he had to say after 10 months:Hi rich,
I just wanted to thank you again for treating my 2013 Dodge Journey. Here we are 8 months later and every time I wash it, it takes my breath away. I have to tell you it exceeded my expectations. I have gotten so many compliments and I regularly get comments-" it looks like glass", or "Oh it's like looking in a mirror". I got a lot of likes on the Dodge Journey Forum with the photos I took after washing it. My wife and I drove over 13,000 kilometres earlier this summer on a trip to Manitoba and the Western U.S. and I was concerned about the insects. I spray washed it three times on the road and had it hand washed once and gave it a real good going over when I got home and it was just like new. No nasty bugs to worry about. If it wasn't for the opti-guard I could only imagine. Hope all is well and I will continue to tell folks about it, but I think some of them think I just spend all my time waxing my Journey. In reality I spend my days admiring your handy work! By the way, if you want to use this as a testimonial, be my guest.
Here's the original job to coat it:
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