Maybe a few of the pros will chime in here-
I have gathered that for a great shine on your vehicle a person needs to wash it and then slap on a layer of sealant, let it cure, then put a layer of 845 over it. I cant say I have tried this but I was just curious why not put a layer of 845 over it then do another layer of 845? I myself dont really see, and this is just my opinion, how layers really can make a car shine more than a single layer. In my mindset, during the buffing process, you would just be taking the previous layer off to a degree making it kinda pointless?? Hopefully one of the pro's can chime in here and straighten this out!
Also has anyone tried Meguiar's M26? How does it compare to #845 in terms of shine? I have gathered #845 is a forum favorite but I am looking for a helluva shine and just want to see what everyone says. By the looks of it I will be going with #845. Thanks in advance - just a newbie trying to gain knowledge