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Got dry ice detailing done on my Cayenne GTS: Here's my experience

Dry ice detailing is a non-abrasive, eco-friendly, and effective method that can recondition the car to look almost new.

BHPian Amey_Kulkarni recently shared this with other enthusiasts.

What is Dry Ice Detailing?

Dry ice detailing is a cleaning and surface preparation technique that uses solid carbon dioxide pellets or micro particles, blasted at supersonic speeds, to lift dirt and contaminants off the car.

It is a non-abrasive, eco-friendly, and effective method that can recondition the car to look almost new. It can be used for various parts of the car, such as under the car, engine bays, wheel wells, leather and fabric interiors, and paint. It is a state-of-the-art process that is offered by only some detailing studios since it is an expensive investment as well as a costly affair for the detailing session.

Here's a video for illustration.

Appended are BEFORE and AFTER pictures of the car and the results are astonishing to see.

BEFORE :

Front Right Side

Front Left Side

Rear Right Side

Front Left Door Side

Rear Right Door Side

Engine Bay with Engine Cover

Engine Bay without Engine Cover

AFTER :

Engine Bay with Engine Cover

Engine Bay

Front Right Side (Interior)

Close-up of the Steering Wheel

Front Left Wheel Side (Exterior)

Front Right Side

Front Left (PDLS Headlight)

Rear Right Side

Rear Left Side

Rear Left Wheel Side

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