OCDCarCare.com – Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
In early June 2017 OCDCarCare Los Angeles received an email from a client who was over the moon with his vehicle after receiving a full paint correction and Feynlab Self Heal Lite paint coating on his brand new Corvette C7 Stingray. As one can imagine, jet black paint is difficult to keep looking its best over time, even with the best maintenance schedule and car wash techniques. Additionally, this client works in an industrial shop, so on any given day an accident could happen. For these reasons, coupled with past frustrations from previous black colored vehicles, the client opted for the self healing capabilities of Feynlab Self Heal Lite Ceramic Nano Coating.
When OCDCarCare Los Angeles received this email, with the one word title of “SCRATCH”, a momentary freeze of sheer horror was felt. We thought it was going to turn into a desperate plea to immediately help fix a gruesome gouge. It turns out, what was assumed to be a cry for help, turned into a hilarious customer testimonial to the true power of FeynLab’s Self-healing nano coating technology.
Before reading the powerfu email below (w/ pictures) Here are some shots of the vehicle after a full paint correction and installation of Feynlab Heal Lite Ceramic Nano Coating.
“ So, please don’t be mad. A coworker saw something on my paint and decided to “help” by wiping it off. Before I could stop him, it resulted in a scratch. So, to quote Rahm Emanuel “never let a crisis go to waste”. I had read that heat would heal minor scratches. I knew sooner or later I would unfortunately get to try it out. So sorry your art work got scratched. But still had to share the attached pics with you.I would be extremely happy to add these to my reviews, a thread on the forum and give you all the credit. After all, you did the initial work and selected the coating.
“Thanks for the ‘help’ …damn.” (starting pic below)
“120 Deg for what feels like less than 3 minutes.” (pic 2 below)
“Another couple of minutes, almost there. . .” (pic 3 below)
“A few more minutes, and no longer fantasizing about firing the guy.” (pic 4 below)
“I will be able to sleep well tonight.” (pic 5 below)
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