This week we received a brand new 2015 BMW X5 for Optimum Paint and Interior Protection. While the car could’ve received a single stage correction, we agreed on two stages to maximise the gloss before applying three layers of Opti-Coat Pro+
The car had moderate swirling, light buffer trails and paint missing on one fender which required touch-up.
Correction was performed with HD Cut on an Optimum MF Pad, followed by HD Polish on a Lake Country CCS Black. All surfaces coated with OCP+, including wheels, door jambs, glass and trim. All interior surfaces were coated with Opti-Guard.
As presented. The client hadn’t washed the car since delivery as to not install more swirls on the paint. Optimum Ferrex dissolving the large amounts of European brake dust existing on the wheels. Before correctionAfter correctionBefore correction. Slight holograms can be seen here – presumably from the dealership detailerAfter correctionBefore correctionAfter correctionBefore correctionAfter correctionAfter three layers of Opti-Coat Pro+The gloss achieved made the two-stage correction worth it. The paintwork looked ready to dive into. The wheels were coated in similar fashion with Opti-Coat Pro+All interior surfaces coated with Optimum Opti-Guard
With three layers of Opti-Coat Pro+, this brand new BMW X5 is ensured to maintain its finish for many years to come.
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