Originally Posted by Leadfootluke
After claying the finish, you will probably induce very fine micromarring. For the sake of cleaning up the paint [chemically], and refining the finish [abrasively, or masking], I would look into a prewax cleaner
Luke, you mention micromarring, would this need to be addressed with a good polish or would a sealer/wax take care of it?
Thanks for your input as well dodgert!
I have done some considerable reading on all of this lately and have read where serious enthusiasts like to clay, seal then wax... The steps of each are fairly straightforward it seams. AND, I know everyone has their tried and true performance steps to this....it ain't rocket science...LOL
Not trying to make this a difficult process, just looking for the best approach for a lasting shine...even though nothing lasts forever.