Waxing and polishing
Waxing protects the paintwork. It is time to apply a good coat of wax when water no longer forms droplets and rolls off the clean paintwork.
Even if a wax solution is used regularly in the car wash, it is advisable to protect the paint with a coat of wax at least twice a year.
In the summer, you will find it is much easier to remove dead insects (which accumulate on the bumper and the front of the bonnet) if the car has been waxed recently.
Polishing is only necessary if the paint has lost its shine, and the gloss cannot be brought back by putting on wax.
The car must be waxed after polishing if the polish used does not contain wax compounds to seal the paint.
Matt painted and plastic parts must not be treated with wax or polish.