I've been searching through the forum, but haven't come across anything quite like what I'm thinking about. I have come here for advice. My wife and I just purchased a new white Jeep Cherokee. I'm wanting to get the paint about as perfect as I can while it's new, then give it the longest lasting protection possible. This is my wife's daily driver, so I'm not sure how well it will be kept up afterwards, as she likes to constantly be on the go. If possible, I would also like to make the paint look deep. As though you could sink into it if one would try to lean on the car. I know this isn't the easiest to do with white, but a guy can dream right.
The paint is a bright white, with no metallic flakes. I did notice tonight where it looks as though the dealer washed the car, as there are a few fine marks in the clear coat. So here is the plan that I'm thinking. If I leave something out, or would be doing something redundant please let me know.
2. Clay bar
3. Ultimate Polish
4. Gold Class Wax
5. Ultimate Wax
6. After a few days, or possibly the next weekend I would come back and wash, then apply Ultimate Fast Finish to lock it all in. Maybe even do an Ultimate Quick Wax in between.
Does this make any sense to the experienced detailers, or would I be better off going a different route? Maybe forgetting 3-5 and going to NXT 2.0, as that has some polishing properties to it? Would it be enough to get these extra fine marks out?
I'm leaning on purchasing a DA Polisher as well, just don't know if it would be worth it at the moment, since the paint is pretty new yet.