Cirrus SR22T Paint Correction and Ceramic Coating
It took me a three-hour drive to finally get my hands on this charming silver version of a Cirrus SR22 Turbo in Renton, WA. It’s got lots of oil, lead exhaust, and challenging areas. I share my cleaning strategy in this video, mainly for the underside that is harder to clean.
Top points you will discover:
✔️ A Cirrus Turbo always ends up getting dirtier. A turbocharged engine crams much more air into that engine to burn more fuel, produce more power, and go faster. The result is fuel flow and more exhaust coming out.
✔️ Use foam cleanser instead of spray that ends up everywhere except where you need it. The cool thing with using a foam cleanser is that you only need a light application that’s spot on and only needs light wiping to facilitate cleaning action.
✔️ It’s not magic, but science! With a bit of spread of this solution, you can see how layers of the lead deposit are coming right off. Easy-peasy!
✔️ TKS fluid dripping down is cleaned last. The tendency is it gets warm, and the liquid expands and drips out again.
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These videos are not made to teach you how to detail an aircraft, and often, I don’t show all of the steps involved in the process. I’d be happy to answer any questions but cannot assume any liability for attempts at detailing. Aviana is not responsible for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk.