Please take the time to view our full website!! Detailing In Lancashire Manchester & North West - Miglior Detailing! If you want to see daily update and photos, please follow us! Links are below!! Porsche 997.2 GT3 Hi guys, thanks for checking out another write up! This time is a special one for me as it’s THE Porsche I want to own. The track focused but comfortable GT3. It just oozes performance and the noise it makes is awesome. My first even lap around the Nurburgring was in a GT3 and I fell in love! I’ve since probably done 30-40 laps in them there and now seriously want to own one! One day! First up were the wheels with Rollo's Orchard County Detailing Wheel cleaner, it did a very good job too. Cleaned with various tools and wheel woolies on the back. Smaller wheel woo lie for the brakes Rinsed Onto the rear wheels. The OCD wheel cleaner has a really nice cling too it. Once all the wheels were done the body was then thoroughly rinsed. I tested some more OCD-Ni products and loved them all. The snow foam in particular was a nice product to be using. First up I wanted to see how the citrus pre-rinse was compared to other similar products I had used. Whilst this was on the surface I cracked on with the wheel arches. And other small details Onto the wash. Tar removed.. Another really nice product from OCD-Ni. It works similar to tardis but its thicker heavier product. I found less was wasted whilst spraying and it held for longer in the same place on the panel rather than loads running off onto the ground like tardis tends to. Now the car was brought into the unit for claying then drying. Now the car was ready to have the paint transformed! Masking up delicate areas The rear wing was carefully removed and stored in a safe place to give proper access to the rear wings and light cluster. This meant a thorough and safe job was done to all areas. Beautiful paint gleaming through now! Various shots from the machine polishing stages. buffing off the last of the residue before the rear wing goes back on. Back on she goes The wheels were then hand polished with Swissvax cleaner fluid and sealed with Swissvax Autobahn. Then after a coat of sealant, 2 coats of Swissvax Best of show were applied. Once this was on and curing we set about more little finishing touches. The interior was detailed and the rear window was also given a much needed clean. You'll know how awkward it is to clean a rear window of a GT3 with a roll cage if you see one! 50/50 of the glass inside! Interior = Finished! Another item needing attention was front number plate holder. This has been like this since new according to the owner. This was thoroughly cleaned and Dressed with Gtechniq C4 semi- permanent coating. Now once the car was all finished up with every thing polished, waxed sealed and dressed it was time to admire the hard work and take some after photos! Now it was time for me to return the beautiful Porsche back to the owner’s house for the car to be put away for the winter. The car was thoroughly cleaned on location and readied to be stored for the winter. Here are the pics from a period after cleaning the car. My favourite one of this car though… I hope you enjoyed reading this write up as much as I loved working on my dream car. Any comments and feedback would be greatly appreciated! Total work time: roughly 15 hours.