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kilodawg and mark houghton got you covered on the products to use for the interior. For the exterior, I would just get some Mother's clay and cleaner, followed by 3M Imperial Hand Glaze (don't let it dry!), followed by One Grand Blitz wax. The key is to get the paint as clean as possible (clay and multiple passes of the hand glaze will do this), then various layers of wax will give it the depth and shine you are after. There are quite a few detailing forums you can gather some ideas from, but at the end of the day, it is all about being meticulous with details (think Q tips for air vents..). Here is an example: http://www.detailingbliss.com/forum/pro-studio/31784-detailers-domain-30-hours-porsche-cayenne.htm


Turbo Tales and I were typing at the same time and think much alike!

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