Sixgun, I'm just finishing up (as soon as I finish this cup of coffee) our '22 OB, using the following products:I'm looking at the Turtle Wax line of Graphene waxes to protect my new Onyx (when I take delivery). I'm wondering if anyone has used them and what your experience with them is.
I'm thinking of doing a clay bar, then a paint correction, if needed, laying down a base of Graphene Max Wax. Washes with a PH neutral soap and using Flex wax as a drying aid to "boost" the wax once a month.
It also looks like you can use the Flex Wax on the plastics. I'd appreciate hearing your results and how the application went.
- Mother's clay bar
- Meguiars Ultimate Polish (buffer applied)
- Meguiars Ultimate Wax (liquid - buffer applied)
- Turtle Wax Hybrid Solution Ceramic Spray Coating (double coating)
Our OB is fairly new and the clay bar process really didn't extract many contaminants. The paint now looks VERY good!
I've read where many fellow OB forum members use ceramic coatings on their plastic claddings, and have obtained good results. The Turtle Wax ceramic instructions does say you can use it on plastic.
I used the above process (and more) on our 2010 Chevy Malibu LTZ, and it had some significant paint issues on part of the roof and trunk lid. But - overall, it still looked really good when I finished. Took it to CarMax about 10 days ago, and I asked for top dollar. They barely checked the car over, and then promptly paid what I asked. The insanity in the used car market continues!