The process began with a car wash. The company is using Sonax products. The 2 staff that attended to my car are attentive in their work. The co-partner of the workshop, Ben, was there to ensure that the car is free from debris before the polishing work starts.
Half way through the works, I was asked if I would like to top up another $28 for sealant treatment. Sensing that these guys were serious about their work, I decided to top up the difference.
The gentleman in the above photo also helped me to peel off the “System 6” sticker on the windscreen, which has cracked and is rather an eyesore. After the whole process has completed, I had a walk around to car to check the quality of work. Being a white car with a fussy owner, it was not tough to find some minor dirty spots. However, they were attended to promptly with enthusiasm. In addition, they also took extra effort to help me lighten up a deep scratch on the front fender and the bumper.
Below is the end product. For $66, it was a decent piece of work. However, the acid test will be how long the shine/paint protection will last.