What would I use to get very deep, very wet look for a show car? I was thinking of light polishing first, then not sure…have used Klasse and Zaino in the past. My color is a silver green. Thank you.
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Probably the most important step you have listed here is polishing because this will bring out the most depth and gloss. Since it’s a show car, I’ll go ahead and make the assumption that the paint is already in very good condition. If this is the case, you should still be able to bring out even more gloss with a random orbital or rotary polisher teamed up with a blue Lake Country pad and an ultra-fine polish like Menzerna PO85RD.
Once your polishing is complete, you have a couple of different options to extract that last bit of gloss and depth out of the finish of your car.
First I would apply a coat of Chemical Guys EZ Creme Glaze, preferably with a random orbital polisher such as the Porter Cable 7424XP. It is quite versatile though, and can be applied by hand as well.
After that step is done, you can either go with a coat of wax or two, or you can apply a durable sealant. For waxes, you have a lot of different options depending on your budget. Some of my favorites ranging from lowest to highest price are P21S Concours Carnauba Wax, Pinnacle Souveran Wax, and Chemical Guys E-zyme Natura.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions.