This 2007 BMW 330i was booked in for a major paint enhancement to rid as many defects as possible. Very heavy scratches, swirl marks and oxidised paint were evident all over the car. A multi stage machine polish was carried out to remove the majority of marks and return some depth and clarity to the finish.

Paint protection of choice were Titan Coatings UK ceramic coatings, Offset Car Detailing Essex is an accredited detailer for their coatings. The paintwork received Titan and a layer of Ultra Top Coat. The glass was treated with their Hyperglass and Multi combo. The interior was cleaned and vacuumed throughout, and the engine bay cleaned and dressed too.

The wheel hubs and calipers were originally very rusty, these were rubbed down and painted black. The wheels were also refurbished and sealed with Titan Multi.

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