Aston Martin DB4 GT - Paint Correction
When we received this Aston Martin DB4 GT into our detailing studio, it required an extensive decontamination and paint correction, which was carried out on this Aston Martin
Chris Shenton Engineering approached us about this unique DB4 that had just been finished.
The car boasts a 4.7 litre twin spark engine, a fully independent rear suspension set up as well as “Billeted” callipers.
A seriously special car that we are proud to have detailed.
About 30 hours went into this stunning example. A real achievement to Chris and his team.
Work That was carried out
However before we could start work on bring paint work of this truly amazing Aston Martin DB4 GT back to its former pristine best, we had to carry out our standard pre detailing inspection and preparation.
Which included a full decontamination, including the following, before we could start on the paint correction process.
Prior to any ceramic coatings application Marque One Detailing will undertake the following steps to ensure the paint is perfectly prepared for the coating.
These steps are undertaken on every ceramic application, this is known as the ‘preparation’ stage.
Hand washing, Drying, In depth decontamination,
Paint depth readings, Pad and polish choice,
Post polishing inspection.
When the above was completed, we were then able to start the process of restoring and rejuvenating the paintwork of the vehicle as part of the “Paint Correction” process, When this process was completed, it was then finished off with a Kamakazi Enrei coating.
The paint correction process is mostly through the elimination of surface imperfections, that dull, oxidize, or haze the surface, by reflecting light off in various directions, which, therefore detracts from a true, proper, clean and sharp reflection.
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