The VW Transporter was heavily contaminated with iron dust, tar spots and general road grime. The roof and panel edges were areas were the iron dust was able to settle in larger amounts. To the touch the paint work was gritty (almost like a fine sand paper). The roof pictured to the left shows the part treated roof and how the contamination was being taken out by the fallout remover. Each part of the vehicle is treated separately and cleaned before moving on. The completed vehicle looked as good as new with the contamination removed from all the panels and from the windows. If left untreated the paint work would’ve pitted causing little spots within the paint and this is where the rust develops.
Danny asked, ‘my red car has faded to pink. What could we do to bring it back to a good finish’?
After inspection we recommended that to return his pink car to a vibrant red, first we would thoroughly wash and dry the car and as the paint is very badly faded, we would need to use a Paint Renovator before polishing.
We would then apply Radiant wax to the car, increasing the pressure used to apply the polish over the areas that require extra attention. After buffing off the wax the car will be red again, next we seal in the new look by applying High Definition Wax, this wax will enhance the gloss of the paintwork and increase the durability of the shine.