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Seeing as the Mondeo is a Ford, I thought you might want to look at this detail.

The car had come back from the body shop covered in deep swirls and many sanding marks :censor:
The owner said "Do what you can"

Products used :

- Meguiars Gold Class car wash. Washed using the two bucket method.
- Meguiars Lambswool Wash Mit
- Meguiars G220 Dual Action Buffer
- Range of Pads
- Auto Glym Super Resin Polish
- Meguiars Next Gen Tech Wax 2.0
- Auto Glym - Extra Gloss Protection

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A Few Before and After's...

Rear Panel Before:









Rear Panel After:





Rear Door Before:





Rear Door After:







Bonnet Before:







Bonnet After:







Left Guard Before:







Left Guard After:





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Thats insane
looks good, good job

... now I know theres some hope for the swirl marks on my escape...
 

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i wonder what return shipping would be on my escape lol. i could mail it to you let you do some meguires magic on it and mail it back.

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dude that shits rockin
i mean the paint looked like every other car then u work ur stuff
and the paint looks so deep and sweet
top work bro
cheers
 

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Thanks all for the replies :)

I haven't been doing this very long so cheers for the confidence boost ;)
 

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im not joking about sending you mine to do, lol. u could send it one panel at a time :cigar:
 

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Tribby said:
Thanks all for the replies :)

I haven't been doing this very long so cheers for the confidence boost ;)
Well you sure could have fooled me. That job looks professional !! You are VERY good, Tribby !!! ;)
 

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im not joking about sending you mine to do, lol. u could send it one panel at a time :cigar:
:lol: well if I ever go to Canada again i'd be more then happy to do it.
 

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Colleen said:
Tribby said:
Thanks all for the replies :)

I haven't been doing this very long so cheers for the confidence boost ;)
Well you sure could have fooled me. That job looks professional !! You are VERY good, Tribby !!! ;)
Thanks alot Colleen :D
 

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mate ur good
not sure what u want for ur future but i recon if u love cars and enjoy detailing
try to do somthing in that area
cheers
 

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mate ur good
not sure what u want for ur future but i recon if u love cars and enjoy detailing
try to do somthing in that area
cheers
Thanks alot Troy :beer:

While I decide on what I want to do in life I might do a bit of detailing for a year or so. I also work at Repco Auto Parts which I also enjoy so I might stay there for a while...
 

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Tribby said:
CrashNburn said:
im not joking about sending you mine to do, lol. u could send it one panel at a time :cigar:
:lol: well if I ever go to Canada again i'd be more then happy to do it.
awesome!! the beers on me then!
 

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GREAT JOB!! :wave:
When you get down to Ga. let me know,I got 3 that need your HELP badly!
 

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I comprehend you have been to Canada in the past Tribby. Hope you don't mind if i submit a few enquiries. Any location in particular over yonder at canada? Or was it a bit of everywhere ,type of tour over in the " Maple Leaf" nation.?
 

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Thanks alot everyone for your replies :)

Hi Stone. I can't really remember much of the trip as I was only 6 years old :lol:
I'm not too sure of where in Canada we went. I'll ask my dad and get back to you...
 
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