Well, I just went on and di dthe full detail on mine about a week ago. Will save me alot of time when I go to clean it up again even after raining and whatever else mother nature wants to throw at it. Here was my process
Wash with Adams Car Wash
Hubbies/Tires/Wheel Wells Cleaned with 50/50 Water/Simple Green
Clayed with megs. claybar and detail spray
clayed glass with megs claybar and detail spray ( seperate clay for this step)
Polished with SSR2.5 with PC and White LC Pad @ Speed 4-6
Refined with SSR1 and LC finishing Pad @ Speed 3-5
PwC with PC and LC white pad @ speeds 1-2
EX-P x 2 with PC and LC finishing pad @ speeds 1-2
Tires/Interior dressed with VRT and Wells dressed with OTC Dressing
Hubbies sealed with PB's WS x 2
Glass polished with 4 * UPC and with PC, LC white pad and @ speeds 5-6
Glass Sealed with 4 * UPP applied with PC and finishing pad @ speeds 1-2
Sorry, no pictures at the moment but maybe later on today I will be able to get some. My girlfriend has my camera and I'm seriously thinking of buying another one just for reasons like this...
SSR2.5 = Poor Boys Super Swirl Removal with more cutting power than SSR1
SSR1 = Poor Boys Supper Swirl Remover with light cutting power. When you use it as I did with a finishing pad on a PC ( PC = Porter Cable Polisher) it acts as a glaze with no cutting power because of the finishing pad not having any cutting abilities it gives the vehicle a nice deep wet look. Which I love!
PwC = Polish with Carnuba. I added this step because it gives just a slit darker look when applied correctly and also adds more protection in conjustion with the sealant.
EX-P = Poor Boys Sealant. More than one version of Sealant so look it up
VRT = Vinyl, Rubber, and Tire Dressing. Adams Polishes sell this brand and can be purchased only @ www.adamspolishes.com
- I highly recommend if you love that matte/swead look and want to spend a little, get A LOT, and have it go a LONG way. I got the 1/2 Gallon and don't see this not lasting less than 2 years for just me alone.
LC = Lake Country Pads. I have a set of these and also a set of Edge 2000 Double Sided Pads.
PB's WS = Poor Boys Wheel Sealant. Can't complain about making life easier when you go to wash next time and only have to use some light mist sprays of detail spray and a MF towel to wipe away. Nice beeding action I've seen with this product even on brake dust.
4 * UPC = Four Start Ultimate Paint Cleaner. I love this stuff. If you have a vehicle that has metalic in it, which my dones, this product combined with the Sealant makes that thing POP like crazy. I use it on my paint sometimes depending on the look I'm after at the moment. I also use it on my glass like I did this time and it using the same product line for polishes then sealants usually work best in most cases with it comes to results/long lifetime.
4 * UPP = Four Start Ultimate Paint Protectant. Man I love this stuff. Like I said because when used in conjunction with UPC and UPP applied x 3. This makes your paint just pop out at you. I also use it on my glass and you think RainX is good? HAHAHA! Windshield wipers, what are those things? Seriously, haven't ever used mine except for winter time. THAT'S IT! Nothing cooler than driving on the Interstate doing 70 with no windshield wipers needed. Like I said, I will try and get another camera today and post some pics. I would like to use it for alot of things for this website. We'll see. I'm gonna go shopping around online first though. Enjoy!