I purchased a new car last Monday to replace my Accord that I've had for 7 years to be my new daily driver. I'll probably get to the interior next weekend. -- Washed with Meguiars NXT car wash soap with a Meguiars Gold Class Deep Pile Chenille wash mit. -- Clayed with Meguiars Mild Clay Bar and #34 as a lubricant. The car had a lot of rail dust, which was very noticeable on a "Artic Silver" car. It looked like somebody sprayed pepper all over the car. -- Polished with Meguiars #3 Machine Polish with a Sonus Green Polishing Pad. -- Polished with Jeffs Werkstatt Prime with a Sonus Blue Finishing Pad. -- Sealed with Jeffs Werkstatt Acrylic Jett Trigger with a microfiber towel. I wanted to try something a little different, so after waiting 24 hours, I applied Meguiars #16 Professional Paste Wax on the hood and front fenders, just to compare the difference between the look of a sealant and a carnuba on silver, and there is a very noticable difference. The flake is much more muted with the Carnuba wax on top, but it does look deeper and wetter. With carnuba wax as a topper. I don't know how long this host will be up...hopefully for awhile.