Today’s job was to improve the look of a 3 year old white Ford Falcon with 120K on the clock. The Falcon was in a reasonable state, but had a few issues, namely being a bit on the scratchy side, and the paintwork was very dull. Also someone had gone to great lengths to touch up the paint chips around the vehicle with the wrong colour paint.
We started off by removing the amateur touch-ups, the duco was then corrected by cut & polishing and swirl removal. The last step in the process was to apply the ToughSeal Paint Protection system. The end result was a fantastic mirror finish (on a white car), and a very happy owner.
Another great Toughseal paint protection result, with this Mercedes Vito van coming up a treat.
The vehicle had a both internal (leather, vinyl and fabric) protection, and external paint Toughseal protection applied. Besides not having to polish the vihicle ever again, the owners also have a bit of peace of mind that their new Merc Vito is protected from the elements.
One of todays jobs was repairing 30 odd hail dents on a Suzuki Alto. Hail damage is fairly common occurence in Australia, and used to cost a fortune to repair. Fortunately this type of damage can now be repaired using paintless dent repair techniques, saving both money and time.
Here we have a farmers two year old Isuzu D-Max ute after a good clean and an application of the legendary ToughSeal Paint Protection. After the ute was given a good wash, we proceeded to go over the duco with a clay pad, then apply the ToughSeal Paint Protection. This farmer has all his vehicles treated with ToughSeal, as he has found that they are a lot easier to keep clean.
Spent a fair bit of time today working on this black Mazda CX7, it needed a few dents repaired, and a paint correction and custom polish, due to the dull and scratchy paint work.
A few hours and plenty of elbow grease later, and the CX7 was once again looking the goods. A good result and a happy customer.
One of the repair jobs undertaken today was this tricky little dent in a Toyota Hilux. The dent was situated in a bit of an awkward spot, but with a bit of patience and fiddling it was repaired to a good standard.