This is one of my sister's friends cars. He takes part in Mini's on the Dragon each year in North Carolina. He is there actually right now. He had some sever road rash on the front of his Mini. Upon initial inspect I actually told him he should look into a repaint. But he was just looking to get it looking better. So, I told him I'd attempt some Dr. Colorchip and 1 step polish to the whole car. To my surprise the Dr. Colorchip did a really great job. Products Used: DP Extreme Foam - in two bucket wash and foam cannon Dawn - in wheel bucket and foam cannon Megs Super degreaser - diluted 4:1 for tires and wheel wells Iron-X - used for rims and paint decontamination D300 - used with LC orange pad and Megs MF cutting disk Blackfire Wet Diamond Paint Sealant Dodo Supernatural Pinnacle Black Onyx Tire Gel Megs Window Cleaner Poorboy's Trim Restorer P21s metal polish ONR - Diluted to clay lube strength Equipment Used: Karcher Pressure Washer 3 - 5 gallon buckets PC 7424xp 4 inch orange LC pad Megs MF Cutting disk Speedy Prep Towel - used to clay Microfibers Various brushes - daytona wheel brush, raceglaze XL brush, rim brush, tire brush, and small raceglaze brushes Cobra Tire Applicator Pinnacle foam applicators - for applying trim restorer and tight areas for sealant & wax 0000 Steel wool - used for exhaust tips My application for the Dr. Colochip was some what unconventional. I started by polishing the whole car first. Then did the dr. colochip last. I started by wiping everything down with eraser to ensure a clean surface. After I attempted to fill in the holes and road rash with the little brush and toothpicks and it was just taking way too long. So, I decided to do a small area using a different method. I dipped my gloved finger into the paint, and rubbed it onto the paint in all circular motions. I allowed it to dry and then used the sealact that they provide to remove the excess paint. To my surprise it worked great. Onto the pics... Before After Before After Before After Before After Before After Before After A few after photos that didn't fit with the before and afters... Thanks for viewing!