Audi SQ5 Correction Detail & CSL 

This rather stunning SQ5 was dropped with us after only 6 weeks of driving since delivery, although this car was in very good condition there was still plenty of light swirls to be dealing with. After cutting all these back it was time to give a layer of Gtechniq Crystal Serum Light offering up to 3 years worth of protection, couple this with a layer of C2V3 for added gloss. G1 was used on all glass areas and C5 on all four wheels, moving on inside we gave this the full works complete with L1, C6 and I1 leaving a squeaky clean finish.

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Snow foam to remove any light surface contamination.
Then a full bodywork wash by hand before moving on to the clay bar to remove any bonded contaminates.
Not to forget a thorough clean round all badges with soft bristle brushes.
All four wheels given a full decontamination and wash down by hand before a final rinse down of all external areas.
After fully drying the paintwork, it was time to fully mask all areas including glass and trims.
It was then on to the three stage polishing process using the trusty Rupes and a selection of pads.
Although the overall condition of this paint was great, once polished the difference was becoming very noticeable.
After a full panel wipedown C1 was used to seal all external areas, along with C5 on all wheels
After finishing polishing it was on to the Gtechniq products.
After a wipedown with panel wipe Gtechniq Crystal Serum Light was applied, then a quick a layer of C2.
After finishing up on the bodywork it was time to fully clean the glass before applying G1.
C5 applied to all wheels, then T2 on all four tyres for extra protection.
Onto the interior looking a little grubby to start with! 
All areas cleaned fully with Coch Khemie interior cleaner.
C6 applied to all plastic trims, including the boot protector used to transport the dog! 
After a full carpet clean it was time for I1 on all fabric areas.
After around 25 hours we were left with a car protected and ready to hit the roads! 

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