Here are some pictures of a 2004 Grand Prix I worked on this weekend. It was a easy process as there were really no blemishes in the paint, just a few places that had some minor marring, easily removed by claying.
Here was the process I followed:
1) Wash and Dry
2) Quick wipedown and vacuum of interior
4) Body Shop Professional Swirl Free Polish using a PC and polishing pad on setting five and removed with microfiber towel
5) One Coat of NXT wax using PC and polsihing pad on setting three and removed with microfiber towel
6) One Coat of Hi-Tech Yellow Wax using PC on setting three and removed with microfiber towel
Total time was about six hours.
I do not have any befores as it was cold (42 Degrees) and I wanted to get it (and me) into the garage where it was a little warmer.
Here are the afters, not the best as it was cloudy out but it still looked good.
I do have a quick question in regards to steps 5 and 6.
Was applying the second coat of wax a waste of time? I let the NXT set up for about 30 mins before applying the Hi-Tech wax but was that enough time? I know most here say wait at least 24 hours in between coats but I don't have that option when detailing someone else's car.