Make: Aurion XV40 ZR6
Colour Code: Caribbean Blue
Condition: Moderate swirling
Paint Type: Medium
This car felt like an inbetweener – sporting the looks of a Toyota and the features of a Lexus. Recently bought from a dealer, it had all the swirls and markings instilled from pre-delivery. We were able to decontaminate and correct the paint, coating it with two layers of Wolf’s Chemicals Hard Body, protecting the paint, enhancing gloss and making the vehicle easier to clean.
The paint was a dream to work with – correcting easily and with maximum gloss and depth.
Headlights starting to show signs of yellowing.The car was given a foam bath to remove all oils and waxes.Once rinsed, there were absolutely no traces of any LSP whatsoever.The details were all coated in dirt.First, the Aurion badge was cleaned using a soft bristle brush and some APC.Then the door protector was cleaned.Mild swirls with a door ding on the right.Corrected with Menzerna PF2500 x Lake Country CCS WhiteThe interior had traces of dressing residue left by the dealership.Gently cleaned with Optimum Power Clean.All plastic and rubber trims were dressed with 303 Aerospace UV Protectant.The wheels were looking a bit dull, so I cleaned it up with APC and gave it a light polish with Menzerna SF4000 (the wheels were clear coated).The centre caps were cleaned with Dodo Juice Lime Prime and a cotton tip.Polished and sealed with Finish Kare FK1000PThe tow ball was rusted and gave the car an aged look.Corrected with a Dremel polisher and 1Z Einszett Metal Polish.The sunroof was raised and cleaned with APC.To protect from drying out, the seals were dressed with 303 Aerospace UV Protectant.The pillars were polished to restore them to piano black gloss.Corrected. Sealed with two layers of Wolf’s Chemicals Hard Body.
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