Bentley Mulsanne Speed

Dirty, dull & neglected.

The car had spent the previous two weeks parked under a tree.

This left a huge amount of debris to carefully remove before the wash process could begin.

After extensive pressure washing at 60 degrees and multiple applications of citrus degreaser to remove and soften stubborn dirt, the car was blanketed in snow foam to seep into every crevice and draw dirt out.

The diamond cut alloys were dull and heavily contaminated with brake dust.

After a deep clean, changing the rusted wheel weights with colour matched ones, polishing the light scratches from the diamond cut spokes, deep leaning the tyre walls and protecting with the Gyeon MOHS+ coating system.

The hubs were covered in brake dust and heavily discoloured. After considerable cleaning and polishing they were back to new..


I was asked to remove all paint defects that could be safely removed. Look above the light to see "pigtailing" on an otherwise perfect panel.

Although only visable under paint correction lighting the defect was removed. A total of 130 hours were spent machine polishing the paint to near perfection.

The door shuts were all polished too. Notice the haze next to the light. This is again pigtailing.

It was removed and clarity restored to the paint.

The polishing on the door shuts continued to ensure the clarity of the paint was consistent when the doors opened.

Every side of the latice was cleaned, water etching removed and polished to a high gloss. New fixings were purchsed to replace the rusted ones. Polishing of all the grille sections took 8 hours!

The exhausts were not forgotten.

The exhausts were cleansed, tar spots removed, carbon deposits removed and polished to sparkling perfection.

The brake calipers were cleaned on all sides. Notice the sticker that was removed ensure all surfaces could be protected..

Every panel was coated with the Gyeon MOHS+ paint protection system for scratch resistance, intense gloss, strong self cleaning properties and ease of maintenance. All panels were force cured to help the coating harden and increase durability.

Intense gloss and reflectivity.

The car left as the finest example of a Mulsanne in the UK after 228 hours of painstaking work. The interior, engine bay, wheel arches and glass were also cleansed as part of the project.

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Masterclas Detailing Limited

Unit 3A, Old Station Business Park, Hallatrow, Bristol, Somerset, South West.