2011 Genesis Coupe ... Pet Hair

Discussion in 'Show and Shine' started by boredstudent3, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. boredstudent3

    boredstudent3 Wax on..Wax off

    Hi Guys,

    A short intro to this detail. The owner is an avid dog lover...Husky Dogs...hint hint, preface of about what's to come. :giggle:

    He was asked to make his vehicle available for a show. Well, after years of neglect and transporting dogs, he needed it brought back to pristine condition, in order to be presentable at the show.

    Thus, after seeing my work, he sought me out to work on his vehicle as he knew I was the one to do the job.

    I checked out the vehicle before hand and knew what I was up against. So I set aside some time and had him bring in the vehicle for work.

    The car had some really cool customization done to it, the interior and exterior had mods, only the engine components were not modified (stock).

    Without further adieu, I ask this question: Who Let The Dogs Out...Baha Men

    Here we go...

    Before - Driver Door Panel & Jamb

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    After - Driver Door Panel

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    Before - Steering Wheel

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    After - Steering Wheel

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    Before - Front Dash...Pet Hair On The Dash!

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    After - Front Dash

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    Before - Center Console, Shifter, Cup Holders, Arm Rest

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    Glossy Leather
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    Open Sesame...Oh Wait, Maybe We Should Keep That Closed...:yikes:
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    After - Center Console, Shifter, Cup Holders, Arm Rest

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    I Opened The Cover Later On And The Stuff Vanished...Open Sesame!

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    Before - Driver Foot Well

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    After - Driver Foot Well

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    Before - Driver Seat

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    After - Driver Seat

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    Before - Rear Seating Area...There Was A Dog Odor That I Had To Get Rid of As Well

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    After - Rear Seating Area

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    That Is A Scratch On The Back Of The Passenger Seat
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    Before - Rear Dash

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    After - Rear Dash

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    Before - Passenger Seat & Foot Well

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    Sorry Upside Down
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    After - Passenger Seat & Foot Well

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    Before - Passenger Door Panel & Jamb

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    After - Passenger Door Panel & Jamb

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    Before - Glove Box

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    After - Glove Box

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    Before - Trunk & Jamb

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    After - Trunk

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    Before - Wheels

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    Rear Left
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    Rear Right
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    Front Right
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    After - Wheels

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    Before - Exhaust Tips

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    Low Clearance Above
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    Underneath
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    Underneath
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    Before - Exterior Shots

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    During - Exterior Shots

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    50/50 Black Wow
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    After - Exterior Shot

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    Before - Engine Bay

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    After - Engine Bay

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    To End It Off, At The Show

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    The Back End of The Genesis...The Veloster Turbo Is Also There

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    As always, thank you for viewing and commenting. :mounty:

    Alex-
     
  2. Wills.WindowsAndWheels

    Wills.WindowsAndWheels Any Rag Vehicle Washer

    Wow, lots of pics man lol. The hair was pretty bad but i'll give the owner some credit, if its been years since he's had anything done...he did a decent job of keeping it as clean as possible lol...you definitely had your work cut out for you though.

    So got any tips on what you did to remove the hair....we've done some BAD dog hair jobs...got the job done but always looking for new tricks to make it faster..though equally effective.

    One final note...am i the only one that had uhm....creative thoughts when seeing the shifter that was put in that car lol?
     
  3. ACE2790

    ACE2790 Jedi Nuba

    Why treat a car like that then attempt to show it blows my mind, must have been a rare thing. Good work on the cleanup though, you probably had enough hair there to build your own husky. And yes, I agree...the blue and the shifter weren't a big hit for me either.
     
  4. dr.jay

    dr.jay Birth of a Detailer

    Was that a Dildo fabricated into a shift knob? Great Job!!
     
  5. Wills.WindowsAndWheels

    Wills.WindowsAndWheels Any Rag Vehicle Washer


    So it wasn't just me! Thank you!
     
  6. kakeuter

    kakeuter DB Forum Supporter

    HAHAHAHAHAH, that just made my night. I'm going to bed.

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  7. luke093

    luke093 Welcome to Detailing

    Good job cleaning that riced out Gen Coupe.
     
  8. BoostedMk6

    BoostedMk6 Jedi Nuba

    Nice work. That shifter is wack though.
     
  9. drew935

    drew935 Auto Salon Works

    Nice Alex! Owning the interior detail on this one. The engine looks good in this car.
     
  10. boredstudent3

    boredstudent3 Wax on..Wax off

    lol...we'll leave the shifter as is for now, or up to your creative mind...:giggle:

    thanks for the comment Wills!

    for the hair, i used a pumice stone, it worked well. you could also use a damp MF towel as someone just recently informed me on another forum.

    thanks Ace! i don't think he meant to have it as a show car. more of a daily drive which he modded extensively on the inside and outside. he did put a lot of money into mods and styling, he just loves his dogs and didn't have another vehicle to transport them in, so they went into the back of the coupe.

    thanks Jay!

    no it wasn't you...but you were the FIRST to that thought...hahahah :p:


    thanks Kody, Luke, and Nik!

    yeeaaahhh buuudddddyy...! i think these cars drive well, most people say that the turbo definitely helps compared to the non-turbo...

    thank you Drew!
     
  11. Frankastic

    Frankastic Detail Photographer

    Nice work! huskys sheds lots of hair!
     
  12. dfazekas

    dfazekas Birth of a Detailer

    Nice work. I absolutely hate dog hair jobs...
     
  13. Grey Ghost

    Grey Ghost Jedi Nuba

    terriible paint job on the interior panels..... should have just left it alone and stuck with the body kit and rims :(
     
  14. BigDreZ28

    BigDreZ28 Jedi Nuba

    well done...what method did you use on the engine bay? That's one thing that makes me nervous!
     
  15. Kilo6_one

    Kilo6_one DB Forum Supporter


    and a correct offset.........


    Good job on getting it back to par
     
  16. boredstudent3

    boredstudent3 Wax on..Wax off

    Thank you Franki and Donald

    I covered the engine top and the alternator and blocked off the air intake

    Used P21S TAW On all the components and agitated and then rinsed

    Don't be scared, just take Pre caution and watch where you aim the water

    Thank you Karl
     
  17. P1et

    P1et Official DB Moderator

    Great job removing the pet hair. Looks like there was LOTS of it. Interesting choice on interior details.
     
  18. Bray Wyatt

    Bray Wyatt New Member

    How can I keep my pet hair under control?
     

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