A few weeks ago Cfilly (Craig) and I exchanged some products each of us wanted to try, white wax for me and #7 glaze for him. My Sienna was detailed for the winter last fall and since then I haven't done anything except to wash it, often in a touchless car wash during the winter. I drive it when the weather is bad but keep it garaged. The paint looked not grimy but not sparkling clean. Typical I guess after a long winter. I don't have pics because my camera was not cooperating.
Started off with a two bucket wash using Gold Class shampoo, my go-to because it's pure soap. Next came the smooth surface clay kit, and while some dirt showed on the clay it wasn't black, just a Denver light brown you might say. (Denver sits east of the mountains/foothills and in the winter there's an inversion layer known as the brown cloud. It's as bad as it sounds.)
Claying finished, I taped off some parts then used a 5 1/2" polishing pad on my Griot's and went with speed 4.5, moderate pressure, on the hood test spot. Looked OK so I stayed with that, lightening up the pressure toward the end of each pass. The wax is a joy to work with, spreads easily, and after adjusting how much to put on the pad, it went well. Finished half the hood, waited a bit, then wiped it clean. No dusting. Pulled it into the sun and the waxed section was a gleaming white compared to the very light beige of the other half.
I haven't used an AIO for a couple of years, and this white wax seems like the latest generation that's been developed. I'm impressed. I may use it on my silver Avalon also, if the paint suggests it would be enough.