Detailed: 2006 BMW 750 Li

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by justin30513, Jul 18, 2006.

  1. justin30513

    justin30513 New Member

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    Hey guys....glad to be back at work!
    Here's a Bimmer that's owned by a local real estate broker. He is very good to me in that he lets me detail other clients car's at his building and does not charge me a dime. He will not even let me give him a freebie or discount! So I decided to take care of this awesome car of his and give it the works.
    This is a total Pinnacle XMT and Souveran job. This will also be a review for these products since it's the first time I've used them.

    Pinnacle XMT #2 Swirl Remover/Polish
    (EDGE 2K Green Med. Cutt Pad at a #5 setting)


    It was 96 in the sun today and this stuff rocked! The car had moderate swirls from the dealer so #1 wasn't gonna do it. With one pass, I knew I had my new arsenal of swirl removers. Took everything out...including some heavy water marks and sap. There was very low dusting; I didn't have to use a QD to remove any of the product. The smell was amazing! Key-Lime is what I'm guessing. Made my work alot more enjoyable.

    Final Opinion:
    One of the best swirl removers I've used to date. I can tell it was designed for the PC and works awesome under high heat conditions.

    Pinnacle XMT Glaze
    (EDGE 2K Blue Polishing Pad at a #3 setting)


    Once again, I was impressed. The glaze had a super thin form and there was that smell again. GRAPE! Nice. I was amazed on how far such a small amount would go. I'd say about 5-6 quarter sized amounts did this large car. It filled in all of the remaining defects and gave the car a glow. I have never seen a glow like this with my Meg's #7. Left a super-slick finish and a reflection that I've never seen on white before.

    Final Opinion:
    Easy to use. Works well in the heat. Give awesome depth and glow!

    Pinnacle Liquid Souveran Wax
    (EDGE 2K White Polishing Pad at a #3 setting)


    Now I've heard alot of hype about this wax. I was more anxious to use it than any product. It was a thin liquid wax to me. This made me a little hesitant on how it would go on but had no problems. Only took about 5 quarter sized amounts to do the car. Smell wasn't that good but so what! The results were dramatic. It gave the car a reflection that Meg's #26 had never done on white. Was so easy to remove too.

    Final Opinion:
    THE new wax in my kit. The hype is true. Went on easy and came off easy. Gave amazing results and a 20 dollar tip!

    Addional Products used:
    Armor-All Tire Gel
    Pinnacle Leather Cleaner & Conditioner
    Meguiar's APC
    Meguiar's Wheel Brightener
    Stoner's Invisible Glass

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  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Very nice and wet! Excellent reviews too, I've heard some good things about the new Pinnacle products on Autopia as well.

    I'll be interested in hearing if Liquid Souveran holds up as well as #26.
     
  3. justin30513

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    My thought exactly Scott. Was super thin and didn't smell to nice. Went real far though. Guess I'll have to wait a month to review it!
     
  4. Buck-O

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    Looks amazing!

    Fantastic work as always.
     
  5. 91RS

    91RS If this flag offends you... you need a history les

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    Wow that looks nice. Where in GA are you located?
     
  6. justin30513

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    North GA. Blue Ridge.
    About an hour or so from Atlanta.
     
  7. 91RS

    91RS If this flag offends you... you need a history les

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    To far. You're about 3 hours away from me. :-\
     
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    Very nice work there!!
     
  9. justin30513

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    I go to Roswell to do Supras for a buddy of mine. That's about 2 hours. I'm going to Alpharetta to do 3 vehicles this weekend.
    No far is to far for the money!
     

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