BMW 135i - Optimum Opti Coat Application

by Phil Yiu June 17, 2011

I got a call from this customer requesting for paint correction and Opti Coat. Here we have an Alpine White 135i Coupe Some imperfections here and there but nothing too bad. Over the past month or so we have seen many customers requesting for coating. What was done - Exterior - Wheels were prepped with Sonax Wheel Cleaner and cleaned up with various brushes - Tires were spritzed down with Adam’s All Purpose Cleaner and washed down - Wheel wells were cleaned up - Pre Washed with W99 - Iron Cut - Wash down and rinsed - Door jambs were cleaned up - Clayed - Dried - Tires dressed - Masking - Paint Measurement - 1 Step - Menzerna Power Finish with Uber Green Pad - Inspection with Fenix, 3m Sun Gun, Infratech, and natural sunlight - Last Step – Aquartz - Rubber and Plastics Treated - Exterior windows and mirrors cleaned and sealed - Exhaust tips cleaned - Windows were clayed, cleaned, and sealed - Jambs steam cleaned Links to products used - 1Z einszett W99 Iron Cut Adam's All Purpose Cleaner Sonax Full Effect Wheel Cleaner Uber Clay Bar Kit Menzerna Power Finish with Uber Green Pad Optimum Opti Coat Adam's Super VRT Optimum Metal Polish Adam's Glass Cleaner Tools used Uber Wool Wash Mitt Uber No Name MF Towels Porter Cable 7424XP Flex PE14-2-150 Uber Buffing Pads Defelsko Paint Meter Fenix TK11 Brinkmann Kranzle Pressure Washer Cam Spray Foam Canon 2 Grit Guard Buckets with Caddies Uber Firehose Nozzle Before Sonax Full Effect Wheel Cleaner going to work Wash Iron Cut Claying Measuring Paint Polish Hard to detect but some light swirls and scratches. These were removed with Power Finish After shot Opti Coat After Permission for this write up granted by the owner. Enjoy!
Phil Yiu
Phil Yiu


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