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Hey its about that time to give the charger its first clay bar and waxing. I've been using meguiars which worked well but i've seen what adams can do and want to try it out. I do not have a buffer i do everything by hand. My charger is Brilliant Black and i want it to be a rolling mirror. I also need some help with a good chrome wheel detailer because im not happy with how they come out with mothers chrome wheel polish. thanks for any help
 

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Hey its about that time to give the charger its first clay bar and waxing. I've been using meguiars which worked well but i've seen what adams can do and want to try it out. I do not have a buffer i do everything by hand. My charger is Brilliant Black and i want it to be a rolling mirror. I also need some help with a good chrome wheel detailer because im not happy with how they come out with mothers chrome wheel polish. thanks for any help
Hope I can help! I've included links to our videos that each provide AWESOME tips to make life easier.

Polishing and waxing by hand isn't difficult at all. Clay bar is a critical step before polishing - it'll give you a perfectly smooth surface to work with and remove contaminants from your clear coat. Don't forget to clay your glass and rims (rims always last.) Before you even start though, give the car a really good wash down.
Vids:
http://www.adamspolishes.com/t-Videos_DVD5_6.aspx
and
http://www.adamspolishes.com/t-Videos_DVD5_7.aspx

Vid on clay bar:
http://www.adamspolishes.com/t-Videos_DVD5_16.aspx

After you have finished with the clay it's time to move onto polishing. Our Revive Polish is our most popular hand polish. Works in the sun as well in the shade - applied via small microfiber applicator pad.
Polishing vid:
http://www.adamspolishes.com/t-Videos_DVD5_18.aspx

Since the car is black you MIGHT have some swirls, our Swirl and Haze Remover will get them knocked out by changing the way the sun reflects on the scratch/swirl. Applied before the polish and easily removed.

Waxing is the final step and for waxing by hand I suggest our Buttery Wax. Again, can be applied in the sun or shade and provides a very reflective and protective finish.
Vid:
http://www.adamspolishes.com/t-Videos_DVD5_24.aspx
 

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The only thing that i have to be careful with is the wax with turning the plastic pieces white right?
 
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