The British studio Topaz Detailing, specializing in the refinement and maintenance of supercars and hypercars, has protected the paintwork of one of the twenty-four produced by Aston Martin Vulcan. The body of the supercar was covered with a protective film, and a video of the whole process of pasting was posted on the official studio channel.
First, the Vulcan body was washed with a neutral shampoo, and the remaining dirt from the wheels was removed with special thin brushes. Then the paintwork and wheels were coated with a citrus-based solution and washed again, brushing every gap with horsehair brushes.
Before pasting, the body of the supercar was washed again on wet paintwork covered with special rubber spatulas, and in some places, with the help of soft microfiber towels, a film was manually glued.
As the Topaz team admits, it was very difficult to apply film to the Aston Martin Vulcan due to its radical form and many aerodynamic elements. In addition, at first it had to be made, since the existing templates do not meet the standards of the studio. A special protective film for the Aston Martin logo on the hood was separately manufactured.
Previously, Topaz Detailing specialists worked on the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Veneno, and in general, as indicated on the studio’s website, in 2018 Topaz workshops in London and Bristol improved and protected more than 2750 supercars and hypercars.