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Great car detailing jobs

Car Tips | October 7th, 2008 by 6
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At my request, our friends at Griot’s Garage have emailed us photos of some great car detailed jobs, of course, all the vehicles being part …

At my request, our friends at Griot’s Garage have emailed us photos of some great car detailed jobs, of course, all the vehicles being part of our favorite brand: BMW. 

I’m not sure if many of you remember my amazing detailed job that literally made my BMW 335i glow. I was impressed with my results since I am far from being a pro when it comes to detailing cars, but the process was fairly easy and all the manuals and DVDs, certainly helped.

Great car detailing jobs

But since my bimmer is fairly new, the end results are somewhat expected, so this might not be the most relevant example. 

The next photos from Griot’s Garage will show you how your old BMW can still turn heads. Those old bimmers are simply stunning. 

Thanks for the photos Mike!

[Source: Griot's Garage ]

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

Great car detailing jobs

So, what do you think? There are some good looking “oldies” in there, isn’t it?

  • Gragop

    Man, I’d love to own one of the old 3.0CSL Batmobiles…hell, I’d take a 3.0CSi too!

  • Adam

    I’ll have to try this with my E36 325is. The front’s got a few scratches and pitting on it from lots of highway driving. Might help make it look better. I wonder if there’s anything they would recommend for the headlight lenses which are getting foggy…

  • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

    @Adam: I was told I could use the orbital on windows and lights also, by using a special foam. I can ask the guys to see what they recommend. Stand by

  • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

    @Adam: Here is the reply from Griot’s Garage:

    “If the fogginess on the lens is on the outside that I would try our glass polish (P/# 11063) along with our glass polishing pad (P/#10665) with the 3″ orbital. I have found this to be quite affective.
    Keep in mind that our glass polish wont remove pits and scratches but it goes a great job of removing debris and contamination that discolors and takes away from the clarity. I hope this helps.”

  • http://www.mastersamara.ru EdCor

    , , , safari, ?

  • http://www.mtselect.co.uk Shazia

    BMW blog is very great blog. This blog have a lot of jobs.

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