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Beau Technique 16-07-2011 10:55 AM

Signature dish by - Beau Technique
 
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Through a few weeks worth of many a correspondence via email, a chat on the phone and test section undertaken brings a conclusion to this beat of burden. One I am slowly finding being the "signature dish" by myself. Finally, date was set and 9am kick off for what can only be described as a long and tough couple of days with this Range Rover sport. Due to the day being absolutely baking it just was not a good idea to start aiming at all manner of pictorials. Vehicle was treated exactly the same as any other so a thorough and concise cleand a decontamination process was undertaken. Iron x treatment and clay treatment were both executed inside to ward off the hot weather and aid in the car not drying prematurely. Once all was completed it was time to measure the piant thickness, remove wing grilles and get cracking. Under the lights was and eye opener and clarified what the next 2 days would consist of...

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So the trusty Makita rotary, Scoll S17+, Menzerna po85rd and relevant pads were at the ready. After 2 hits with wool, polished and levelled up the results were very pleasing bar the very little RDS that remained...

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Trying to gather a split picture between panelwork and this was the best I came out with ( Poor qaulity )

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Passengers door after...

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Passenger wing prior...

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And after...

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No befores of the bonnet but the end results and this picture speak volumes I feel...

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Drivers rear quarter before...

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And after...

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Drivers wing before...

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And after...

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So as you can gather. Quite a tough set to with this big beast. Geoff attacked the interior whilst I carried on with the fiddly lower sections and intricate areas with spot pads and the rotary. The roof was awkward as there was barely any more than 2-3 feet gap between the roof and the ceiling of the garage! Vehicle was rewashed once all completed ready for last step procedures. Trim / Tyres / Arches all dressed. Exhausts polished with britemax twins. Wheels sealed with Smart rimwax. Glass cleaned and sealed with Permanon glass. Chemical guys ez creme glaze then 2 coats of Chemical guys blacklight by hand application and a final wipe down with V7. Once all completed ( approximately 28-29 man hours ) It started raining heavy so no outdoor pictures at this point just a few after pics not doing any justice...

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It doesnt stop there. I now have the pleasure of maintaning this on a monthly basis and as luck would have it, the weather was dry though only the odd break in the sky for sun to rear its head. These are a few light pictures outdoors after a stage 2 valet and V7 top up...

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Thanks for taking the time to look at this.

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Scott.

North east Car Care 16-07-2011 11:05 AM

Stunning work Scott

athol 16-07-2011 11:27 AM

Excellent work there

Reflectology 16-07-2011 11:55 AM

nice work mate, is that the frozen grey beemer in the reflection you did a while back....

Leemack 16-07-2011 12:00 PM

Nice work Scott - That was a bit of a state

Beau Technique 16-07-2011 12:01 PM

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Originally Posted by butler2.8i (Post 2911186)
Stunning work Scott

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Originally Posted by athol (Post 2911219)
Excellent work there

Cheers both. Greatly appreciated.:thumb:

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Originally Posted by Reflectology (Post 2911256)
nice work mate, is that the frozen grey beemer in the reflection you did a while back....

No mate. Its this beastie - http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...d.php?t=211766

Due for work in the next few weeks. Gave it a check over as its been back for some paintwork to be redone as it wasnt up to much. Its now awaiting some genuine 19" BMW wheels which are due delivery and colour change so shouldnt be long before its booked in and detailed. Another one on the maintenance scheme to boot.:D

Beau Technique 16-07-2011 12:02 PM

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Originally Posted by Showshine (Post 2911263)
Nice work Scott - That was a bit of a state

Cheers Lee. Didnt look all to bad until lit up then it was all gun's blazing:buffer:

DMH-01 16-07-2011 01:57 PM

Fantastic work buddy.

Superspec 16-07-2011 02:14 PM

Superb as always.

badman1972 16-07-2011 04:32 PM

Stunning work again as always, lovely reflection shots, very impressive finish ;)


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