Nice Dear harry10, Hope you got all the original ones.
MY SHALDAN CAR PERFUME- SQUASH- if you keep your car most of the time outdoor and under the sun, please wrap the container with aluminium foil, by creating enough holes to control melting of gel to avoid over fragrance & increase duration of time.
FORMULA 1 SPRAY WAX – Spray waxes are easy way to get a shinning coat without much stress. This partially liquid car wax, easy to use…just spray on and wipe off. Spray waxes contain Carnauba, silicone micro polishers and UV fighting materials to take care of your car's paint. But they will be good only on well-maintained car paint surface. Though they claim that the protection lasts for up to 12 months, practically it is good to top up every 3 to 4 months, especially after your car's periodical service.
My suggestion - First apply a good Carnauba wax correctly. This will help ensure the longevity of your wax job. Properly buffing the paste wax should give your car the shine you've been looking for, and thus maintaining the factory look is simple with spray wax. Spray on the wax and spread it evenly over the surface of the car. That's all there is to it.
AMWAY SILICON GLAZE – I have found one more use of this wonder liquid. My cloth when soiled with grease while working with my car, apply over the stain, leave few seconds and wash the spot, it helps to disappear the stain.
JOPASU CAR DUSTER- First dust out by a MF cloth before using the duster that will extend the efficiency of the Jopasu duster & don’t forget to give a final gentle wipe by Jopasu MF magic wipe cloth to make the paint surface clean & shinny without any finger marks.
I hope you have gone through my write –up here:
HOW DO I MAKE MY WHITE CAR SHINE?
Yes, Car will be mostly under the sun so will surely implement the foil method for the perfume.
I got the Spray wax as i have never done anything of this sort before so wanted to try the easy route by trying the spray wax on the old car. When i will be more confident will get the paste wax to use.
As for using the MF cloth before using Jopasu duster, i am under the impression that using any kinda cloth directly on a dusted car may result in scratches, that's why i was thinking of using the duster direct. Correct me if i am wrong.
I have read that. Making a white car shine is a very tough job. but, I wish to implement your method as and when i can.