Originally Posted by nabisco shine
what you guys think? m205 lsp with sealant 2.0 then top off with a hi tech yellow wax? never did white before
White may be one of the better kept secrets, it can be made to absolutely gleam and it doesn't show swirls, dirt or dust like darker colors. Clay, polish and LSP of your choice can produce outstanding results. As Mike mentioned, a smooth surface is the key.
Originally Posted by Emile
While I don't have much experience with white, earlier this year I waxed my father's white boat with Klasse AIO and then topped it with Collinite 845 and I was truly impressed with how it came out. Gave a beautiful shine, nice reflections, excellent depth. I guess since 845 is a boat and RV wax, it is formulated to look great on lighter colors.
925 is the Collinite Boat/RV targeted wax, 845 is the same product with a slightly different label. I've been using it on white for over 10 years and as what's considered a "bright" wax produces an unbelieveable shine on white. It seems to shed dirt in rain and a bonus is the legendary Collinite longevity.
A pic taken at dusk isn't the best highlight of a detail... however, in this hood pic you can count tree branches in the reflection. Collinite 845 on a 7 yr old, 100,000 mile daily driver that's seen the worst NE Ohio winters can offer.