I don't post too often but browse frequently and have learned a ton. This truck tows my camper and isn't a daily driver so it lives in the garage during the winter months, and very rarely sees bad weather. I pulled it out yesterday and did a nice clean and shine. Used Chemical Guys Honey Dew snow foam in my cannon, then washed with two bucket method. Used a nanoskin autoscrub fine grade sponge then followed up with Meguiars 205 on an orange Lake Country flat pad to correct some very minor fine scratches. Used Meguiars NXT 2.0 wax then the next morning topped it off with Optimum Opti-seal. Dressed the tires with Megs All season dressing, and finished the wheel wells with Bare Bones.
I have used this technique for a couple years now and the results have always turned out pretty well. Considering I only drive this truck about 8k miles a year its not out in the elements very much so this seems to last. However I am looking for suggestions for a better quality wax then the NXT. It seems like I am doing a lot of work then finishing up with an off the shelf cheap wax. Anyway here are some pics that show the reflection