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Evo X Detailed

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  1. scratcher

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    This Evo X was brought in to have the swirls and other minor marks removed and give the whole car a nice freshen up.
    It seemed it pretty good condition to begin, it just needed a little something more.


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    Wheels tyres and arches first.
    Auto Finesse Imperial and Verso.


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    Followed by Iron Out.


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    All the tight bits with Verso.


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    The car then had it's 2 bucket method was before tar and fallout removal.


    Taken inside and dried using air and the Auto Finesse Aqua Deluxe.


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    A lot was picked up during claying. The car was sold not long ago and claying was apparently part of the PDI wash.


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    Onto polishing.
    Some areas received 2 stages of machine polishing, where other parts of the car only needed one stage. There were a couple of different paint types,


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    B Pillars.


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    The rear Evolution badge had been removed at some point.


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    Some strong flake pop from the Rarri Blue.


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    The interior was cleaned using Auto Finesse Hide and Total.



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    The wheels and calipers were polished with Rejuvenate and protected using Mint Rims.



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    2 coats of Desire were used to protect the finish.

    Exhausts and engine bay polished with Mercury.

    Trims with Revive.

    Tyres dressed with Meguiar's.

    Glass polished and sealed using G|techniq.



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