Just wanted to post pics of my Wife's new Jeep. We got it a week ago and I was able to polish and seal the paint with Cquartz.
We had been wanting this SUV for the past 2 yrs but held because we were waiting for the 2014 models. I was a bit let down that they did not have the mineral gray color, but white is still nice and very low maintenance.
When we bought the SUV I told the dealership to not touch the car. To my surprised they listened because they pointed to a new car that had just rolled in. This car was fresh off the delivery truck and still had the plastic on the wheels and all interior. We checked the mileage and saw 3 miles! I quickly took it home and placed an order for Cquartz and Opt-Coat.
Here are some so/so pics using my iphone. The interior is really nice, we went with a bright white color and tan interior because my black on black 2005 infiniti G35 taught me a lesson. I did not want another black vehicle, that would be murder, especially out here in Palm Springs CA, where summer temps can reach 125F.
I wrote a small summary of my detail methodology.
Wash: 2 Bucket+CarPro Wool Mitt+ Chemical Guys Wash & Clear+Iron X
Polish: Menzerna PO 85rd on LC Gray Pad
Paint Prep: CarPro Eraser (smells great and works really good, removes polishing oils)
Protection: Cquartz (polymer based sealant that is good for 2 yrs.)
Wheels: Opticoat 2.0 and Optimum Tire Gel for Tires