Orlando Semi Truck Detailing
Here is just one of the six semi-trucks we have detailed for Mid Florida Tech. These trucks are part of their commercial vehicle driving division, “the mission of this program is to prepare students for employment as tractor trailer and truck drivers.” There is no better way to learn than in a properly detailed semi truck. Here we washed, polished fuel tanks, and waxed this 2012 Kenworth T800. We polished the tanks using Meguiar’s Metal Polish in combination with a Meguiar’s Microfiber 6″ cutting disk on a Porter Cable 7424-XP. We used a Pinnacle Liquid Souverän wax which has the maximum amount of carnauba available in a liquid wax. We also treated all windows with Rain-X to ensure that students have clear visibilty when learning how to operate these trucks. Here are the results, enjoy!
Upon first glance doesn’t look to bad.
A little dirty and needs some polish.
This truck needed to be properly washed and dried.
The wheels were dirty and needed a good cleaning.
The middle of the wheels needed to be cleaned also.
Cleaned the center of the rim working on the outside.
Meguiar’s microfiber cutting disk and metal polish for the tanks.
Here is a 50/50 of the tanks.
Tanks polished, wax applied, tires and rims cleaned, and frame degreased.
Starting to look good!
Peforming the final inspection.
Finally after 4 hours with 3 detailers (12 hours total) were done!
Special thanks to Mid Florida Tech and OCPS for allowing us to have the privilege of performing these details. Want to see more? Don’t worry, there are more posts coming next week of the other five semi trucks we did as well. Below is a sneak peak of next weeks post!