The cleaner wax I use (FW1) does a really nice job on my shiny stuff. The harder part is making sure you get it all out of the cracks between the trim & paint.The door handles are definitely chrome and for that I'm grateful. I got so sick of the black plastic that looks so tired and has to be Armor All'd to look nice on my previous cars.
The nicest day in months for detailing my car and I'm here stuck in the office pushing paper around instead of either driving or waxing. :crying:I am hoping the weather here has finally put snow behind us and I can get really polished up. We had a lot of road salt to deal with this year. That makes for ugly spotty messes. I kept wiping off in the garage and windex did work well for the quick go over, but as soon as you go out again... yuck. Chrome is made for sunshine.
When I lived in North Dakota, I used to hold the spare Q-Tips in my teeth for that very reason. And I kept a towel handy for shwacking mosquito hordes, because somehow those things could still fly in that wind...Tomorrow is the day if this wind dies down. I can't imagine trying to keep track of a tooth pick or a q-tip today. I am almost afraid I would be chasing buckets of water as much as the wind is howling today.