make sure the guy knows what he's doing and actualy does it...$90 is a lil low of a price granted I'm in canada but my cheapest but most popular package is $159.99 for a chemical bath claybar and 2 compounds then a coat of wax... even side jobs at home I wouldn't do this for less than $120 cash no tax as this is 4-5 hrs of work when being done correctly
1yr old and fresh wash tonight...proper paint care and still shines like its new can't wait to put my 18s on and my last 2 vinyl colors to come in..itll be a shame to cover this glass like paint but perfect paint to lay vinyl right there
another big job an a mercury montego I disnt get to do a full before and after do to the size of job lol but from the one quick pick here you can see the difference this is 25yr old acrylic paint and that spot I buffed looks good
I got a question. I got a white 2012. And I have a problem with those little rust specs all over the car. You know the ones that you see TONS of when you get close. I had a friend of mine take a clay ad and some compound to a small spot to see if it comes off, and it did but it seems like ALOT of work for such a small area. And ideas? Would your $159.99 package take them off?
yes siir it does! doin a white murano as we speak same problem its about 4hr of work proper removal is done with a chemical bath then a clay then cleaner compound anf the seal it up with a wax. what those spots are, are commonly callef rail dust usualy from trains or industrial areas and alota cases guys who are heavy brakers