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Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby InvisibleTouchDetailing » Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:25 pm

Hi,

It was lovely to have Jamie and his family return to me after completing his car 2 years ago. I have not done a full writeup as it's previously on the forum, but i have taken a few finished pictures for him. The task was the same as before, a Stage 1 paint correction, finished with 2 applications of Swissvax Best of Show and Engine Bay...

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Hope you enjoyed :)

Christian
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby Gary75 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:33 pm

Looks stunning, is the Swisswax poiish you use, in your opinion better than Jeffs Werkstat?

What tyres do you have fitted?
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby james mears » Wed Jul 10, 2013 9:00 pm

The tyres are Yokohoma parada spec 2

Thanks
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby Hammerhead » Thu Jul 11, 2013 5:30 am

Blimey that's shiney!!! Looks great :lol:
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby ktm jon » Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:37 am

fairplay fantastic.............the crap jag is quite clean too
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby scoobychris555 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 2:53 pm

Looks amazing!
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby scoobychris555 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 3:00 pm

Gary75 wrote:Looks stunning, is the Swisswax poiish you use, in your opinion better than Jeffs Werkstat?

What tyres do you have fitted?

I would like to think so for £195 a tub :o :o
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby Gary75 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:18 pm

scoobychris555 wrote:
Gary75 wrote:Looks stunning, is the Swisswax poiish you use, in your opinion better than Jeffs Werkstat?

What tyres do you have fitted?

I would like to think so for £195 a tub :o :o


For that price, Christian would need to apply the wax with his BELL END :shock:
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby Azyman » Thu Jul 11, 2013 10:08 pm

Gary75 wrote:
scoobychris555 wrote:
Gary75 wrote:Looks stunning, is the Swisswax poiish you use, in your opinion better than Jeffs Werkstat?

What tyres do you have fitted?

I would like to think so for £195 a tub :o :o


For that price, Christian would need to apply the wax with his BELL END :shock:


lol this comment made me chuckle
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby scoobychris555 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 11:33 am

Gary75 wrote:
scoobychris555 wrote:
Gary75 wrote:Looks stunning, is the Swisswax poiish you use, in your opinion better than Jeffs Werkstat?

What tyres do you have fitted?

I would like to think so for £195 a tub :o :o


For that price, Christian would need to apply the wax with his BELL END :shock:

:toofunny:
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby DCFCtom » Fri Jul 12, 2013 2:18 pm

WOW. I do love a detailed WR1. Looks superb does that. I know the moment it came to me to clean it id stick swirls alllll over it :roll:
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby Shane » Fri Jul 12, 2013 4:36 pm

Stunning!
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby InvisibleTouchDetailing » Fri Jul 12, 2013 7:57 pm

Only just had the chance to reply here. Some very funny comments indeed Lol :)

The pics i put up were resized to make them quicker to upload, but they look quite grainy. Am just uploading the original ones to see if they come up better.

It was a pleasure to work on this car again, very clean and cared for. Is this the lowest mileage one on the club as it certainly hasn't done a lot :)

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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby james mears » Fri Jul 12, 2013 8:23 pm

Hi Christian. I don't think it's the lowest mileage
But not fully sure of that

As you can see had some great comments again
Cannot stress enough how good your work is

Thanks again
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Re: Invisible Touch Detailing - Jamie's WR1 Back Again

Postby Chris B » Sun Jul 14, 2013 1:17 pm

Great work,looks fantastic.
Heaven can wait....I'm playing with my scooby.
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