As a business owner there's one thing I love more than most anything else, repeat clients. As a car enthusiast there one thing I love more than most anything else, Lamborghini. As a person there's one thing I love more than most anything else, meeting genuinely good people. This detail checks all the boxes.
I had the opportunity to perform an exterior detail on this clients 2019 Huracan two years ago, and was thrilled to come back and perform a polish service on the EVO and the Carrera S.
The common misconception with new cars is that they do not need any detail work. That is false 99.999% of the time. At the time a vehicle arrives at a dealership, it begins the first part of its life being abused no matter the brand. That means test drives and/or improper washing and handling. And even if the car wasn't improperly washed or polished, the curing of the cars new paint often turns hazy after a few months due to the paint "gassing" out and hardening. This is why I offer the New Car Polish Service. It is a light polish meant to remove that top "dead" layer of clear coat so you see the true color and depth of the paint work as well as providing quality protection afterwards.
In the case of this EVO, you can see from the slide show above that the piano black pieces in particular were polished improperly, leaving buffer trails and haze behind. The paint was also polished (prior to me) with an aggressive pad and had haze around the outer edges of panels.
After battling a water leak in my pressure washer's hose reel and a gentle hand wash, I remedied these imperfections with a light polish and a little elbow grease when needed. Lamborghini has a hard, high quality clear coat which is a dream to polish and get a great finish. Afterwards I sealed the paint with a high quality ceramic paint sealant/ topper for a crystal clear finish.
Here is where I will go into detail about all things detailing (no pun intended).