Precision Porsche Would Like To Welcome Our New Head Detailer - Martin Pennington

Martin Pennington has recently joined us after spending the past 20 years detailing a wide array of vehicles. His extensive background includes: Head Detailer for McLaren Automotive, Previous winner of Rolls-Royce and Mercedes Benz National Concours, working on Ayrton Senna’s JPS Lotus-Renault 97T and 6 magazine featured vehicles.

Martin’s vast knowledge has been put to work on this 1984 911 Turbo. Below is the multistage process carried out to bring the vehicle back to showroom condition.

  1. Deep cleanse to the exterior bodywork.

  2. Door shuts, rubbers and windows cleaned with all purpose cleaner (APC).

  3. Bodywork decontaminated using Clay Bar, Tar Remover and Iron Remover.

  4. Vehicle air dried.

  5. All exterior rubbers masked for protection prior to machine polishing.

  6. Paintwork visually assessed.

  7. Stage 1 - Heavy cut machine polish.

  8. Stage 2 - Paintwork refined.

  9. Ceramic Primer applied.

  10. 1st layer of Super Hydrophobic Ceramic Coating (Britemax) applied to bodywork and wheels.

  11. 2nd coating applied.

  12. Ceramic coating applied to all exterior plastics.

  13. Glass polished and sealed with Hydrophobic coating.

  14. Vehicle interior detailed including leather treatment.

  15. All coatings left to cure (24 hours).

  16. Final protective layer of Britemax Sealant.

This process will protect your vehicle from harsh weather conditions, chemicals and UV rays whilst repelling water, dirt and other contaminants, such as acidic bird droppings. Most importantly it will be easier to clean and maintain.

For more information on Ceramic Coatings and how we can protect your vehicle Click Here.