First of all I want to acknowledge the fact that I'm not a detail guru. I keep my own cars looking good but I do that from the very beginning of owning a car and don't let things get out of hand. My son's car was totaled this past Winter and he took over my DIL's car and bought her a new one. The car had not received a lot of TLC since they both have very busy lives. He came out recently and we set out to get his car looking good. I used this method: 1. Completely washed the car with Dawn dish detergent. 2. Clayed the car using Meguiar's Quick Detailer as a lubricant. 3. Applied a coat of Meguiar's Cleaner Wax. 4. Finished with a coat of Meguiar's Carnuba Gold Wax. The car certainly looked a lot better and actually had some pop to the shine. Besides using different products, I was just wondering if I should have done something else during the process that would have improved on the finished product? I used Meguiar's products since I had enough on hand to get the job done.
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