Tag Archives: Kamikaze Collection

Paint And Leather Restoration For A Timeless Aston Martin DB9

When you love your car, seeing the damage inflicted by regular use, especially when it’s unprotected, can be upsetting as well as impacting on the potential resale value. The owner of this 2005 Aston Martin DB9 was in just that situation: the Onyx metallic black paintwork was covered in wash swirls and other blemishes, whilst […]

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BMW 640d Gran Coupe Receives Ultra Protective Nano-Ceramic Coating

If you need a sensible car, but don’t want to relinquish the fun of driving, then the BMW 640d Gran Coupe is a great combination. Four-door saloon car styling means there’s plenty of room to strap three moderately-sized adults into the back seats and space for shopping (or golf clubs) in the boot. The cabin space […]

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Quantum Silver Aston Martin Virage Volante Has Its ‘Miyabi’ Restored

The Aston Martin Virage turns more than a few heads, in part, as would be expected from this luxury British brand, for its show-stealing looks. However, it’s the Virage’s performance capabilities that make it really stand out from the crowd. The 6-litre V12 engine is capable of catapulting the 1890kg car from 0-62mph in just 4.6 seconds […]

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Jaguar F-type R – A Big Cat Gets The Cream

Hearing a big cat roar is enough to set most nerves jangling and spines tingling, but there’s something truly special about this cat. Powered by a supercharged 5.0-litre V8 engine delivering 550PS and 680Nm of torque, the Jaguar F-Type R delivers a thrilling 0-60mph in around four seconds. The addition of the solid roof means […]

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Hydrocarbon Protection For A Biturbo Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG

The Mercedes-Benz SL63 AMG manages successfully to combine a thrilling ride and confident handling with the sophisticated elegance required for long-distance comfort. The wonderfully racy noise from the 5.5 litre, V8 twin turbo engine sets ears ringing and pulses skipping, and with a 0-62mph performance around the 4.2-second mark, it’s hardly surprising that this model […]

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Kamikaze Collection – The ‘Kaizen’ Approach To Car Care

Designed, developed and produced in Japan, Kamikaze Collection is the brainchild of Kai Morita, a passionate car care enthusiast who bought his first rotary polisher at just fourteen years old. At the time, the Japanese car care industry was just beginning to develop glass coats to combat the notoriously soft finish of Japanese vehicles. However, […]

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‘Old English White’ MGB Shines With Infinity Wax Hybrid Coating

Different inspirations lie behind the motivations for our customer’s car choices and as a result, a huge variety of vehicles pass through UF Detailing Studio. In the past, we have detailed classic Aston Martins, cult classics, supercars and the latest electric and hybrid vehicles. The one factor all our customers have in common is their […]

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Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Made Show-Ready With Kamikaze Collection Infinity Wax – Part 2

Last week’s blog covered Part 1 of an extensive show car preparation on a Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth. This week the story continues! Having removed the deeper scratches from the soft, solid black paintwork, the next stage was finishing. Every section of the car was polished including the bonnet, boot and door shuts. Using a […]

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Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Made Show-Ready With Kamikaze Collection Infinity Wax – Part 1

The Ford Sierra RS Cosworth – manufactured from the mid-1980’s to the early 1990’s this car was originally designed to boost Ford’s flagging performance in Group A racing in Europe. In collaboration with Cosworth, Ford took elements and inspiration for the design and engineering from a variety of race vehicles and the RS Cosworth subsequently […]

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Kamikaze Collection Artificial Clearcoat – Finally, A Durable Solution For Ultra-Sensitive Paint Finishes?

Ceramic sealants are known for providing swirl resistance protection to automotive clearcoats and this is particularly useful for cars with sensitive finishes which mar easily. However, some clearcoats are so delicate they become blemished as the sealant is being applied. Japanese marques, particularly with dark coloured paintwork are notoriously difficult to refine and apply sealant […]

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