Winter Ceramic Coating.

Cleaning and detailing your Macan.
Clossie
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Post by Clossie » Tue Sep 22, 2020 3:19 pm

Thought I’d get her winter coat on whilst we have a few dry/warm ish days.
Plastics and Wheels prepped and protected with CQuartz DLux.
Body work was given as light buffing with Scholl S20 to remove any residual wash swirls and clay marring, followed by two coats of Cquartz UK3.0 followed by a quick wipe down with CQuartz Reload.
Tyres to be dressed with Meguirs endurance gel when my new bottle arrives, then onto the interior.
A few days hard work, but she is gleaming and ready to take what ever the British weather chucks at her.

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Ti Rich
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Post by Ti Rich » Tue Sep 22, 2020 3:36 pm

Nice work, looks great!
2017 Macan S D, 21" Classics, PASAM, Black Exhausts, Heated seats / Steering Wheel, Nav, Park Assist.

Clossie
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Post by Clossie » Tue Sep 22, 2020 4:54 pm

Thanks..was blooming hard work, but having been out in it today after having finished it yesterday, it looks amazing in the sun.

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Kleynie
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Post by Kleynie » Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:42 pm

I paid someone to do mine as I could not spend that amount of time doing it. Looks great though.

Did you do anything with the interior leather?
2017 Macan SD in Volcano with 21” 911 wheels, full black leather. Air, PASM, PDLS+, sports exhaust, pano roof, Sports Chrono, 18 way seats, BOSE, ventilated front seats, heated seats front and rear, speed limit display, active cruise, PS plus and more

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Post by Clossie » Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:45 pm

Kleynie wrote:
Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:42 pm
I paid someone to do mine as I could not spend that amount of time doing it. Looks great though.

Did you do anything with the interior leather?
I haven’t started the on the interior yet, but my go to for leather would be gliptone leather cleaner and conditioner.

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Kleynie
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Post by Kleynie » Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:48 pm

Clossie wrote:
Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:45 pm
Kleynie wrote:
Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:42 pm
I paid someone to do mine as I could not spend that amount of time doing it. Looks great though.

Did you do anything with the interior leather?
I haven’t started the on the interior yet, but my go to for leather would be gliptone leather cleaner and conditioner.
I used Gliptone in my old BM 535d, but in the Macan the leather is perforated and the cream just gets stuck in the perforations. I’ve not yet found anything that I can use.
2017 Macan SD in Volcano with 21” 911 wheels, full black leather. Air, PASM, PDLS+, sports exhaust, pano roof, Sports Chrono, 18 way seats, BOSE, ventilated front seats, heated seats front and rear, speed limit display, active cruise, PS plus and more

Clossie
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Post by Clossie » Tue Sep 22, 2020 9:30 pm

Try using less product and put the product on a microfibre cloth first, rub it into the cloth so there’s no cleaner visible then wipe the leather down with the microfibre. Takes a b it longer but stops lose cream getting into the perforations.
Also get a soft bristle brush (like for shoe polishing) and if you do deposit cleaner in the holes, gently agitate it with the brush before wiping away.
If all else fails, a bucket of very hot water, a pair of sturdy waterproof gloves and a microfibre cloth should help
Lift some of the grime out. You could always use a little apc in water, but you’ll still have to condition after.

AndyC160
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Post by AndyC160 » Wed Sep 23, 2020 10:46 pm

:shock: ....those scratches above and below the doors!
2018 Macan in Agate grey
Audi B5 RS4 - tweaked a little bit ;)
Lotus Elise S1 Sport 160

Clossie
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Post by Clossie » Thu Sep 24, 2020 12:05 am

AndyC160 wrote:
Wed Sep 23, 2020 10:46 pm
:shock: ....those scratches above and below the doors!
Ok, you’ve had me looking...what are you seeing that I’m not? :D

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Post by Ferdie » Thu Sep 24, 2020 12:07 pm

AndyC160 wrote:
Wed Sep 23, 2020 10:46 pm
:shock: ....those scratches above and below the doors!
I think you are just trying to frighten him :lol: Its so shiny, it looks like a street lamp(?) reflection ;)
Good colour by the way 8-)
991.1 C2 - Black Edition
(Prior) Macan SD - Night Blue
Fordson Dexta - 1960

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