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Hi, I've two questions, apologies in advance if these sound dumb.

1. I've just purchased some Autoglym Super Resin polish. I also have some left over AG Aqua Wax. Can these be used during the same wash and if so in which order?

2. I've a few minor scuffs on the interior hard plastics, mainly on the trims around the doors and the seats from lifting things in and out of the car. What would you recommend to help cover these up?

Thanks.
 

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There are many processes to cleaning ie pre wash foam, wash, clay, wash, rinse/dry, polish, the LSP (wax or sealant)

If you are just using what you have then a good wash & dry. Then polish & then use your AG wax.

Interior scuffs you can't really get rid of, you can get some interior plastic cleaner & this will help. AG do a rubber/vinyl trim restorer.
 

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Thanks for the reply. Based on the instructions on the side of the aqua wax, I've just been using the aqua wax during drying. As I was led to believe that polish comes before wax I wasn't sure whether this would be compatable. I've only recently started to put some more effort into cleaning and a clay bar will be part of the ritual soon.
 

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Yes polish before wax, I have not used aqua wax so I am not sure how durable it is. Bilt Hamber clay is good as you only use water as the lube, although I put a drop of car shampoo in a squity bottle.
 

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shaun - the aqua wax appeared to make drying easier, hence my original purchase. I thought I'd read somewhere that its not too durable though...

As for clay - Bilt Hamber soft clay has been requested from Father Christmas
 
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