This pearl white Porsche Boxster was booked in for the ultimate detail. A safe wash and decontamination was carried out prior to a two stage machine polish ridding defects and bringing out the flake in the white paintwork. Paint protection coating of choice was Kamikaze Collection Enrei Coat. This is their flagship coating and a is a two stage process. This was applied to paint, plastic trim, headlights and tail lights.
Kamikaze Collection Enrei is only available to Kamikaze Collection certified detailers like Offset Detailing Essex. Enrei is a unique formula consisting of two layers which when combined form the ultimate in protection of your vehicle’s paintwork.
The initial layer acts as a primer, penetrating the microscopic pores in the paint’s lacquer to form a secure bond whilst presenting an increased surface area for the topcoat to bond to. The second layer provides an extremely tough, resistant hydrophobic barrier that repels dirt, salt, water and oils. The unique formulation prevents the issues many ceramic sealants experience with water spotting. ENREI is resistant to extremes of pH, making it the ideal solution to the unique conditions presented by winter and summer driving. As an added bonus ENREI enhances the finish of the paintwork considerably, leaving an outstanding wet look shine.
The glass was polished inside out and coated with multiple layers of Titan Coatings UK Hyperglass giving extreme water and dirt repellency. The vehicle was then masked up and the fabric hood generously protected with Gtechniq Smart Fabric which has great hydrophobic properties.
Our attention then turned to the wheels and arches. Arches and suspension were cleaned then dressed, with the wheels protected inside out as well as the brake calipers with Titan Coatings UK G238 heat resistant coating.
On the inside, the interior was cleaned and vacuumed throughout with the leather cleaned and then protected with Dr Leather Dye Block giving a natural non shiny finish with great protection against dirt and dye transfer from clothing.