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      07-02-2012, 01:01 AM   #1
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Sydney Members - TWD Paint Protection and detailing options for your new BMW

Hi all,

If you've just purchased a new BMW F30 and you're after a quality paint protection system, we are offering this as part of our detailing services.

As an official sponsor of Bimmerpost, we're doing a few of the new 1Ms and E9X M3s at the moment.

Here's the write up on the TWD 1M protected in WC's Body Wrap - a nanosealant paint protection system: http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=697211

Feel free to PM me for pricing and availability. We also offer interior protection using only the finest products.

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      07-18-2012, 12:06 AM   #2
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Hi all,

My apologies to those who enquired from interstate. We only operate in Sydney at this stage. May look into opening up a branch in Melbourne in 2013.
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      08-02-2012, 09:30 PM   #3
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Our photographers car with same BodyWrap treatment:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=r6dIJH7rqwg



Another option for new cars - Duragloss Paint Protection system (as used on majority of our cars including our E46 M3 which won MotorEx 2012 Custom Euro Class:




Obsidian Black C63 AMG:




Black Sapphire Metallic 325ci:



Silverstone E39 M5:



Cosmos Black E36 M3:




Basalt Black 911 C2S:




A couple of Black Sapphie Metallic 135s:






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      09-05-2012, 01:47 AM   #4
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Here's another M3 with the Body Wrap





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Looks good, too bad you guys are south of the border only
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      09-12-2012, 10:56 PM   #6
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Thanks Spikey. Yeah operating in Sydney only for the time being.
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TWD .. can i get your input on taping up the car before detailing.. do you think that it is necessary with all the new waxes which are rubber safe and don't leave residue?
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TWD .. can i get your input on taping up the car before detailing.. do you think that it is necessary with all the new waxes which are rubber safe and don't leave residue?
Hi J1n,

It depends what needs to be done (during compounding/polishing stage)

9/10 times you should tape the car up but it does depend on what the polish is like and what areas you are working on.

The rubbers should be taped up, otherwise your rotary or DA has a strong possibility of damaging seals. Other grilles and delicates should be taped up too.

Also, when working with certain cars (usually supercars) or in difficult areas, it pays to tape up other parts of the car (edges or angled panels). Why? So you can concentrate on one particular area rather than worrying about your machine affecting another panel.

Here's an example from an F355 GTS we worked on:

Taped up either side of the targa top...




Taped up every grille in the engine lid...



I had originally taped up all those rubber seals around the lid as well, but had been removed prior to that photo
I don't have photos of it, but the C pillars on the Ferrari need to be taped up when you are working on the rear guard, so your machine doesnt start cutting/polishing the perpendicular panel.
Then the opposite panel (rear guard where it meets C pillar) is taped up so you can work on C pillar.

Hope this helps out mate
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Thats great info mate thank you...

Any tips on what products would be good to treat emblems , front grills and head lights?
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Thats great info mate thank you...

Any tips on what products would be good to treat emblems , front grills and head lights?
Hey Jin, what exactly are you wanting to do? If it's just wax, you should be able to safely wax these areas with whatever wax you are using on the paintwork
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Sorry for not being clear .. You know how scratches get on to the chrome panels like the grills .. would any chrome polish do fine to bring the shine back ? Or rather how would you attend to damaged chrome parts of the car.
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Thanks Sherv.

Here are 2 new sealants/coatings we have tested very recently:

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=752699


Product: Wolf's Chemicals Hard Body Nano Sealant







Product: 22PLE Glass Coating Pro



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Thanks for the write up. Looking forward to more photos =)
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Thanks Jin. Ps - answer to your question...


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Sorry for not being clear .. You know how scratches get on to the chrome panels like the grills .. would any chrome polish do fine to bring the shine back ? Or rather how would you attend to damaged chrome parts of the car.
For metal parts, you can use a reputable metal polish.

For other coated plastics including chrome look grilles, etc you can use polish to buff out scratches, depending on their severity. There are also plastic polishes available. Really depends what you are trying to rectify. Sometimes scratches on plastic are hard to correct.
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More shots of the 22PLE Glass coat beading







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Spectacular!
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Thanks Jin
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Black Sapphire Metallic F30 320d with the Hard Body Coating. Very reflective. Very slick!








For full write up and pictures, visit: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...5321643&type=1
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