Detailer's Domain: Audi Q5 - Winter Prep with a twist - Tar Removal
Posted by Administrator on 12/20/2011 to Our Details Last week I received a call from a customer regarding some tar/paint on his wife's new Audi Q5. I didn't really know what to expect. When they drove by to get a quote I realized this was going to take some time to clean up. Well it definitely took some time. Take a look. This includes: - 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 - Decon - Wash down and rinsed - Door jambs were cleaned up - Clayed - Dried - Tires dressed - Last Step – 1Z einszett Glanz - Wheel wells were cleaned and dressed - Rubber and Plastics Treated - Exterior windows and mirrors cleaned and sealed - Exhaust tips cleaned - Windows were clayed, cleaned, and sealed - Wolf's Glass Guard Interior - Vac - Remove denim transfer on the seats - Clean leather/Condition leather - Glass Tar/Paint Removal - Meg's Body Solvent - Stoner's Tarminator - 3M Adhesive Remover Before shots - Road tar and paint on the driver's side fender, doors, bumpers, side skirts, wheel well covers (complete left side) We had to use a combination of Meg's Body Solvent, Stoner's Tarminator, and 3M Adhesive Remover. (16 oz of Body Solvent, 1 Can of Tarminator, 3 cans of 3M Adhesive Remover) Here some shots of what we were working with.