I agree with and will add my three cents....
Claying is both important and easy. Use a QD for the lube, the point is to allow the clay to easily remove containments on the surface. I like to flatten the clay so it fits in my palm which gives a little extra coverage and helps me to not drop it. If the clay EVER leaves your hand and hits the floor...THROW IT AWAY. Always knead the clay after each panel or more..inspect it regularly.
I would suggest a polish that has a sealant quality to it which will help to fill in any micro marring and swirls...or use a true sealant first. Polish always before waxing.
Choose your products carefully and I believe you need to stick with ONE product line up...it's never good to mix different brands for polish, wax, etc. Those that know me know what I use and it is a single line up of one brand (Croftgate)...but whatever you select...check out the reviews and make sure YOU like it for your paint.
Enjoy and I am always happy to help in anyway that I can.
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Originally Posted by mustangchassy
Yes use the detail spray that comes with it. Not spray wax (never heard anyone using spray wax :/). And Microfiber towels work great. ^you must have some crappy towels cuz ive never had that problem. A regular towel will leave fuzziness all over ur car. You really should use two MF towels. One for the spray detailer and one for wiping it dry. It will look fantastic
and spray detailer doesnt streak. Really
Great advice and I AGREE 100%