Grease, Dirt Received From Garage (Myvi SE) by mun

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muyo

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introduce you Team Crisis. this club was form in june 2010 last year, they are focus more on forced induction which produce more power on wheels, not forget they have their own garage which is Crisis Induction Garage, they also provide custom turbocharge/supercharge services. feel free to find them on facebook. back to topic, my buddy has alredi make appointment with me since 2 days ago when hes back from garage but due to my busy schedule i have no choice but to delay (took half day holiday) im so sorry buddy. well, this car received alot grease stains/dirt from the garage which he want me to remove it and the sadly part is the workers hand are dirty when they are installing parts for your car. please take note to all car enthusiasts.

example 1 when installing meter
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example 2 when pushing the car really hard
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example 3 this one i dont know where it came from
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example 4 when opening the driver door
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example 5 when opening rear bonnet
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though are not any serious matter but is this consider abuse? i mean like dirty people's car, same theory as roadside car wash, they leave swirls on your paint and using detergents aka snow wash. power clean, soft bristle brush and tooth brush are my only option to clean. i dilute it on a tooth brush and quickly rinse off with onr. look at the picture below before and after cleaning.

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before

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after

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before

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agitating

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after

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before

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after

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rear bonnet before

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rear bonnet after

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driver door before

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driver door after

after removed the grease from interior then move to door jambs area..

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dirty dirt

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agitating

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ching ching ching!

another one
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and more..

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excuse me, my bad

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eh? how come got reflection?

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gotcha' dirty onr solution

specially thanks to OPT wonderful make product Optimum Power Clean which safe for clear coat
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after done the door jambs then give this car a good bath with onr and then clay to remove paint roughness and tar.

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before mixture

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after 2 caps of onr

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onr as lubrication

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tar collected then onr wash again. power clean-ed whole paint surface and quickly rinse off with water, rims quick wash with left over onr solution then combo with Oos and OCW, both product spray buff/wipe walk off. some of the finishing picture..

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flickering after combo with opti-seal and OCW

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dont judge a book by cover, you never know what actually inside

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thanks for viewing again. cheers!:driver:
 
Did you use the ONR for the interior bits?
 
Did you use the ONR for the interior bits?
Optimum Power Clean - all u need for your entire in & out of yr car

is A multi purpose cleaner both safe for car clear coat (exterior ) & same time for interior
so cost effective that - you can dilute to suits your need - clear coat safe -

best usage for removing stickers - tars - scratches stain on paint & bumper - tree saps - bugs stains - birds dropping - wax residues - stains on plastic or vinyl

use neat or dilute 1:3 parts water for engine
dilute 1:3 or 1:5 parts water for interior - cleaning - leathers, vinyl, rubber plastic
dilute 1:5 or 1:8 parts water for exterior paint work - cleaning - best at removing bugs stains, rubber stains - wax residues on plastic, emblem cleaning

this is the only ultimate you ever need for car detailing - i never leave home without it


wow so damn dirty this myvi

its not the dirt is how detail the car now - for it takes no hearted people to dirty the ride but it takes a detailer heart to clean it up


at the end of the day it is the heart that matters

for it takes attitude to determine the life altitude

have fun:driver:
 
yey kc, detailing has become the most meaningful thing in my life. i feel so happy during each detailing session. praise the lord!
 
yey kc, detailing has become the most meaningful thing in my life. i feel so happy during each detailing session. praise the lord!

Yupp

that is the gift from above

use it wisely & generously to help others bro

you will reap what you sow & reaping in bountiful:driver:
 
This is bad.... Even here, I hate it when I send my car for service. I come back to find so many black prints around... I am fine with the exterior as I wash my car... But the black prints in my interiors really gives me headache because I do not know what to use! End of this month, when my OPC from KC arrive, I can try it on! :burnout:
 
This is bad.... Even here, I hate it when I send my car for service. I come back to find so many black prints around... I am fine with the exterior as I wash my car... But the black prints in my interiors really gives me headache because I do not know what to use! End of this month, when my OPC from KC arrive, I can try it on! :burnout:

rmb to rinse off by wiping with damp cloth after agitating with opc:burnout:
 
Did you use the ONR for the interior bits?

yes i did. cheers!

---------- Post added at 10:59 PM ---------- 6 hour anti-bump limit - Previous post was at 10:53 PM ----------

Optimum Power Clean - all u need for your entire in & out of yr car

is A multi purpose cleaner both safe for car clear coat (exterior ) & same time for interior
so cost effective that - you can dilute to suits your need - clear coat safe -

best usage for removing stickers - tars - scratches stain on paint & bumper - tree saps - bugs stains - birds dropping - wax residues - stains on plastic or vinyl

use neat or dilute 1:3 parts water for engine
dilute 1:3 or 1:5 parts water for interior - cleaning - leathers, vinyl, rubber plastic
dilute 1:5 or 1:8 parts water for exterior paint work - cleaning - best at removing bugs stains, rubber stains - wax residues on plastic, emblem cleaning

this is the only ultimate you ever need for car detailing - i never leave home without it




its not the dirt is how detail the car now - for it takes no hearted people to dirty the ride but it takes a detailer heart to clean it up


at the end of the day it is the heart that matters

for it takes attitude to determine the life altitude

have fun:driver:

thanks kc for the useful tips. yeap, thats the detail about OPC.

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yey kc, detailing has become the most meaningful thing in my life. i feel so happy during each detailing session. praise the lord!

yeah. that is our heart lead us to. not forget must rest too as will lose concentration. :biggrin:

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This is bad.... Even here, I hate it when I send my car for service. I come back to find so many black prints around... I am fine with the exterior as I wash my car... But the black prints in my interiors really gives me headache because I do not know what to use! End of this month, when my OPC from KC arrive, I can try it on! :burnout:

good to hear that, goodluck with your new detailing product. cheers! :driver:
 
KC, can you PM me the cost of OPC?
 
huh? its the correct number. are u sure u asked him if he is kc the detailer?
 
ALAMAAAAAAAAAAAAK.

Aku bodoh big time.

DIGI.. NOT MAXIS.. *SELF BASH x 10000*
 
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