Got another call from a concerned BMW owner about protecting his brand new ride (not as brand new as this one: http://prodetailing.blogspot.com/2012/02/bmw-f10-520d-optimum-opti-coated.html) but still with less than 1000km on the clock. The owner wanted us to coat his ride as soon as possible to protect the original factory paint with Optimum Opti-Coat which is harder and more scratch and chemical resistant the normal paint. The Opti-Coat also has superior water beading qualities and is designed to last the lifetime of the paint.
As with the previous F10, Mun from Hypergloss, was kind enough to lend me a hand with this Opti-Coating as well.
The oil burners seem to be getting more popular...
As it was a new ride the paint was in pretty good condition with the exception of a few deep scratches...
Removed by wet sanding.
Coating with Optimum Opti-Coat.
A nice, deep, glossy shine!!!
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