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Just washed and detailed my baby Milly a couple days ago!
Here's the whole process:
(All products used are Meguiars)

Exterior
Wash: Gold Class Shampoo & Conditioner
Dry: Water Magnet towels
Clay: Smooth Surface Clay Kit (Clay Bar w/ Quik Detailer as lube)
(Wash again to remove any loose contaminents dislodged by the claying)
Paint Cleaner: SwirlX & Ultimate Compound in various areas
Polish: Deep Crystal System: Deep Crystal Polish
Wax: 2 thin coats of NXT Tech Wax 2.0

Interior
Ultimate Protectant (dash and door panels)
Gold Class Rich Leather Cleaner/ Conditioner (seats)
Vaccum (Shop Vac)

Rims/ Tires
Hot Rims All Wheel and Tire Cleaner
Gold Class Endurance Tire Gel
Wax rims w/ Cleaner Wax

Took me almost all day and being 105 outside, I had plenty of fans running, and lots of Mountain Dew and water to keep me going!

Here's some pics:
Bobby J's Detailing Photos | Facebook

Hope this helps anyone choose their cleaning products! I'd recommend Meguiar's to ANYONE! I use it on every vehicle that I clean/ detail!
 

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Last weekend, I was in a pinch for time. I applied some Turtle Wax "Ice" quick detailer to the exterior of the car. It did a fine job. I actually used the stuff last summer, too. 15 minutes and the car looks excellent. I use it on the aluminum rims, too.

This week, we had a few rain showers. The quick detailer was doing a great job of beading up the water on my Millenia. Very nice! Though, it won't last as long as a good wax job, it does get you through on a time squeeze.

I also worked on my Milly's vinyl door panels. I used Purple Power cleaner and a plastic scrub brush. A little elbow grease and a final wipe with a terry towel had my panels looking as good as the day the car was new.

Lexol pH and Lexol Conditioner were used on the leater seats, emergency brake boot and steering wheel. All the leather is soft and clean once again.
 

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Oh yeah, I almost forgot the most important effort of all that I performed last weekend. I noticed the headlight lenses were getting a bit hazy and displaying that yellowish appearance. A little bottle of Blue Magic Headlight Lens Restorer and an old T-shirt, polished them right up in about 10 minutes. They now look nearly as good as when the car was new.
 

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yesterday, which is used in armoral Meguires leather conditioner, tire rims, Windex, ammonia front wheels and ordinary soap the outside world, AEROSAL invisible glass cleaner for washing windows, took about 2 hours wet, I have a running track, because I had no time, no mats or carpet very well.....
 

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Just purchased a 2014 CX-5 dark silver paint very nice looking. I would like a good paint sealer like the dealer has, but I would rather do it myself. please let me get your ideas. Thank you Jack Z. Cape Coral Fl.
 

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Yesterday.

I did it yesterday. Bought a 2014 Mazda 6 (White) about a month ago. Full wash, then Zaino AIO and gloss enhancer. Did the tires with Zaino as well. Love my 6
 

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2 weeks ago :( I'm all out of product and i'm really fussy since going to Japan and seeing their attention to detail - excuse the pun.

I can find Fusso online, and Yasashii Shampoo but not Yasashii Wax.

http://www.yasashii-uk.com seem to supply the custom shampoo that was the big craze out there when i went - but i'm looking for their carnauba waxes. Anyone have any ideas?
 
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