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    Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Just spent quite a few hours correcting this car a few months ago. After one unauthorized wash the client called and said they damaged my work! The even tried to fix it on one side of the trunk but I guess they gave up! The client confronted the dealer and they agreed to pay for the do over. Corrected with Griot’s correction cream on the orange correction pad, refined with perfecting cream on the yellow perfecting pad and protected with poly wax.
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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    All that damage was after ONE wash? My goodness.......................................... ...............

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Worn out brushes tend to do that, see it all the time around here.

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Wow what a damage from one wash! Maybe they will have another go at it

    Great work and nice pictures that you can see both perfection and swirls.

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Thank you!
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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Awesome work Mike....

    I have the same car---soft, paint , right?

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Yes very easily marred, which is why he didn’t authorize the wash.

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    wow...they were able to do all that damage from one car wash.....overachievers
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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Those may have been relatively clean.. I have seen some of the dealer brushes used for car washes around here
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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Darn ONE WASH...I`m blown away.
    Great correction Mike, looks perfect.

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Thanks!

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    I give everyone one of the rearview mirror hangers that say please don`t wash or detail this vehicle. I`ve told them, had them write it on the work order...and they still wash it.

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Yep!

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    Re: Re do of a Lexus thanks to the dealer

    Lexus black is horribly soft; look at it wrong and it will swirl. We had a black GX Lexus and I couldn`t keep it swirl free even with the softest best wash practices.

 

 
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