Tag Archives: Paintwork Correction Treatment

UF Detailing Services – Clean Technology For All Round Protection

The award-winning UF Detailing Studio has long been established at the world-famous Brands Hatch race circuit and, more recently, in Luton, Bedfordshire. Over the years, technologies move on and with them, customer requirements change. In response to improvements in car care technology, UF Detailing Studio has revised the detailing products and services on offer to […]

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Jaguar F-Type – A Big Cat Rescued From An Automated Car Wash

The perils of the automated car wash, with harsh wash chemicals and vigorous brushes, are well known. For anyone passionate about the appearance of their vehicle, these types of car wash are to be avoided at all costs. The wash chemicals are usually highly acidic or highly alkaline to strip dirt, grease and road grime […]

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Aston Martin DB4, Refining A Classic – Part Two

In February of 2014 UF wrote an article about Paintwork Correction work carried out on a show-stopping black Aston Martin DB4. After driving the car for many enjoyable miles, the owner decided he would visit world renowned Aston Martin heritage specialists R.S. Williams to discuss some very exciting upgrades.  Based in Cobham, Surrey, Richard Stewart Williams Limited was started by Richard Williams […]

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Audi RS4 Avant – A Love Affair Restored With The Help Of 1K-Nano

Audi’s RS4 Avant made estate cars sexy! It’s the perfect combination of practical family car combined with awe inspiring performance; little wonder the RS4 Avant has been the car of choice for many an adult looking to satisfy their inner Id on the way to collect the kids from school! And so it held true for […]

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Quite Simply The Most Famous Car In The World – Bar None

UF has been privileged to work on many beautiful cars, from modern day, heart-stopping performance vehicles right through to head-turning, show-stopping classics. A couple of firm favourites here at UF HQ include a Metallic green and a Silver Birch Aston Martin DB5, both owned by an avid classic car collector. Blog subscribers may remember the Full Paintwork Correction […]

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Aston Martin DB7 Restored to Concours Winning Ways

The Aston Martin DB7 was a grand tourer in production from 1994 until 2004. The V12 Vantage took over from the standard DB7 in 1999. Featuring a 5.9 litre, 48-valve, V12 engine producing 420 bhp and 400 lb·ft (540 N·m) of torque the V12 effectively overshadowed its earlier counterpart, resulting in production of the standard […]

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1963 Aston Martin DB5 Detailing Perfection – Part Two

Last week we began the story of the full detail on this 1963 Aston Martin DB5. This week we continue the story with the machine polishing and protection. The paintwork was in relatively good condition and with the exterior trim removed to allow easier access to the bodywork it was time to begin machine polishing. […]

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1963 Aston Martin DB5 Detailing Perfection – Part One

The Aston Martin DB5 – the Grand Tourer designed by Aston Martin to supersede the shorter, smaller DB4. The DB5, (DB in honour of David Brown, owner of Aston Martin from 1947 – 1972) featured reclining seats, wool pile carpet and full leather trim all as standard – no wonder it was the car chosen […]

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Aston Martin DB5 – Full Paintwork Correction

Recently UF were graced with detailing a stunning Aston Martin DB6 MkII Volante. While it was truly a privilege to work on such a fine example, we had something brought in that is perhaps even more special – the Aston Martin DB5. This car is as legendary as it gets, and is almost certainly one […]

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BMW E30 325i Cabriolet – Full Paintwork Correction Treatment

Manufactured between 1981 and 1994 the E30 is probably BMW’s most iconic model type and at the time, the 3-series 325i was the model to have. These days there are fewer and fewer good examples around, but after a lengthy countrywide search our customer found one that was remarkably original – and he was understandably […]

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