There was one burden for this particular detail job that surpassed all the others: Rubber. This car just saw its first track day recently. There were rubber marks all over the car that would take quite some time and elbow grease to remove. Aside from the visible rubber marks on the surface of the paint, there were small and large chunks of rubber stuck to the barrels of the wheels. I could feel my Wheel Whoolies fighting against them and finally sliding off. Extensive washing and applying another coat of sealant were the main goals of this job. All painted surfaces and carbon fiber surfaces (except for the backs of the bucket seats that couldn't be reached) were all sealed. I did a little light polishing on the carbon fiber elements in the engine bay as I didn't like the way they looked when I came upon them. Foam wash Clay bar Bug & Tar / APC as needed Griot's 6" DA with Uber Black Pad Griot's 4" DA with Uber Green Pad Menzerna SF4000 for carbon fiber panels in engine Menzerna Powerlock I was very blessed to be able to pick up and drop off this car as well. What an incredible and ridiculously fast machine. Getting started bright and early! Back under cover to remove what I knew wouldn't come off with just washing... Undersides of the doors were nasty. They are completely exposed to the ground when closed but when open they are an eye sore if anything but clean! Just took a picture of one of them but each pair of exposed areas inside the wheel wells were cleaned: When it came time to work under the "hood", I noticed the carbon fiber panels could use a little help. Hoping my wife wouldn't wake up at 2:00AM when I fired up the Griot's, I started working on improving the look slowly. I think it came out much better and looks more like the way it should now. Before pics... After pictures... Interior on his particular 650 was amazing. All alcantara and carbon fiber with the fixed seats. Perfect driving position. It takes some used to getting in and out of it successfully though. Sealant off and ready to pull outside before taking it back to the very generous owner... Thank you for looking!