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Presidential Detailed: 2006 Honda Civic SI

Presidential Automotive Detailing
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the twanksta   +1y
The owner of this car just picked it up a couple weeks ago and gave me a call. The overall condition of the car was pretty good and we just did a "basic" 1-stage polish on it. The car used to have a wind visor for the moon roof, but the owner took it off and it had left some pretty serious clear coat damage from rubbing on it so much. There were also some pretty serious scratches on the roof from what seems like a laptop or books being sat down and slid across the finish often. I ended up using M105 compound on the entire roof and top pillars(between the roof and doors) and it did a pretty good job. The owner was very happy with the outcome as was I, especially for a single stage polish job.

Products:
Exterior:
Dawn Soap Pre-Wash
Optimum Car Wash-Final Wash
COBRA UMF Wash Mitt
COBRA Deluxe "Jr" MF's
Dual Buckets with Grit Guards
3m Masking Tape
Adams Professional Clay Bar
P21S TAW
Meguairs APC+
Meguairs Hyperdressing
Menzerna SIP/White
Menzerna Top Inspection
Tons of Uber MF Towels(AP)
Black WOW
Griots Garage Wheel Cleaner Gel
Swissvax Pneu


LSP:
Lusso Oro applied with Uber Foam Applicator

Tools:
Dual Work Lamps
Dewalt Hi Speed Rotary
World's Greatest Boar's Hair Wheel Brush
Foam Pad Cleaning Brush
DD Detail Sponge
The Wheel Well/Fender Brush
The Spoke Brush
Canon Rebel XTi
Craftsmen 295MPH Vac/Blow
E-Z Detail Wheel Brush
Swissvax Wheel Brush

BEFORE:
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Damage from wind visor..
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Real bad swirling and buffer trails on the roof..
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Wheels before..they were fairly clean already.
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the twanksta   +1y
AFTERS:
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The roof damage is now barely visible..
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baha avatar
baha   +1y
man I'm telling you, you should set up a booth at shows and offer pre show detailing!
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the twanksta   +1y


I spent 10 hours on this one..and it was only my basic! haha! I dont have time at shows to do anything special AT the show..
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