Discussion in 'Show and Shine' started by Nica, Aug 25, 2008.
Awesome turn around NICA. Those 50/50's look great.
Always look forward to your detail write ups, this one doesnt dissapoint. The paint was a mess, you more than "revived it":thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
outstanding work, Nica!!!
Thank you, glad you enjoyed it eace:
Thank you, yea the 50/50 pictures turned out great, but that's the beauty of detailing a black colour vehicle makes the transformation much, much better. Thank you for the feed back eace:
Glad you find the write ups usefull, they can be a bit lengthy but I enjoy doing it, thank you for the feed back, very much appreciated eace:
Thank you super :chest:
lol "treat it like it was your own."
I think you treated the car BETTER than he did from all the swirl marks I see.
Great job on the revival!
Wow, what an AMAZING turnaround!!! I wish I had a job like this so I could post them up on my website, LoL. That's definitely something to be proud of Carlos, hehe.
I think that you did a great job!!! And I love reading your very detailed step by step procedure! Thanks!
I just have one question:
How did you remove the scuff marks on the picture shown below:
Yea well it looked like the vehicle had never been detailed before, I mean the sworls and scratches on this vehicle were impresive :gidiup: I'm just glad I was able to turn it around and I was satisfied with the results :thumb:
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Thank you Denzil, this vehicle made me sweat like crazy...but then again I sweat easy :shurg:
Glad you enjoyed it :chest:
Thank you for the feed back Bri, as to how I removed the scuff marks, well to be honest I just scrubed and scrubed and scrubed some more. Really that's all I did, the plastic was scratched up but I was albe to remove as much dirt as possible and it turned out prity good.
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you did a sweet job on the paint correction process but i'm really impressed how nice the lite colored carpets came out so clean..nice work and a great job on the write up
Good work buddy
Awesome job! What a turnaround, I love seeing your work. :thumb:
Very nice work Nica. You really think that Megs APC diluted is still too strong for leather? It supposedly has leather softeners in it.
Thank you joe for the feed back, very much appreciated my friend eace:
Thank you Crossroad :chest:
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Thank you for the feed back Reflect. Well to be honest I'm no chemist or anything like that but Meg's APC is strong and I'm just cautious that's all. On a friends old vehicle I used it on leather and the leather looked okay but I don't like gambling with other peoples vehicles. I tend to stick to what has worked for me in the past. Besides Meg's APC has a high PH value so that's what makes me a bit cautious but that's just me though :shrug:
Oh and I didn't know Meg's APC has leather softeners in it
I'm pretty sure it does, granted we are speaking of the interior APC, the green stuff.
:nod: yup that's the stuff I use the green Meg's APC, I honestly didn't know it had leather softeners...good to know, I should give it a go but on my Volvo perhaps :shead: it needs a good interior job anyways :thumb:
Great job Carlos! I must have missed this detail when you origianlly posted it. You made that mess look like new.
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The explanations very clear. I learn a lot form your post!:worship2:
Thanks for sharing:thumb:
Wonderfull detail and report! :applause:
Watching your works and posts dose make me go heaven fourder to take my details more perfect!
P.S: I don´t now if you understoud my point of view...:shead:
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Thank you for the feed back, I understood you clearly eace:
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