Pre-clean / wash the vehicle thoroughly alkaline (e.g. with Green Star, no sealing shampoos) before polishing and sealing. Pre-treat coarse soiling such as tree resin, rust film, tar, etc. with cleaning clay, tar washing, etc Paint preparation for strongly to medium weathered paints. Depending on the condition, machine the paint with sanding polish Heavy Cut (H9.01) or Fine Cut (F6.01) (see productinformation Heavy Cut H9.01 and Fine Cut F6.01). Remove residues completely with a professional microfibre cloth. Lightly weathered paints (hologram removal) for high-gloss Micro Cut (M3.02) can be machined with an eccentric with forced rotation (e.g. Makita PO5000C) and Micro Cut Pad (see product information Micro Cut M3.02). Remove residues completely with professional microfibre cloth. Wipe all surfaces with a clean professional microfibre cloth soaked with silicone & wax remover with little pressureand wipe with another new professional microfibre cloth with a second hand immediately before drying. This is the only way to completely remove surfactants, drying aids, oilscontained in polishes, etc. and avoid cross-linking problems with the hand wax. Attention: Silicone & Wax Remover should be diluted 1:4 with water in order to avoid possible matting. Polish last streaks with another clean professional microfibre cloth without pressure. The varnish should now have a scratch- and hologram-free surface under sunlight or a varnishcontrol sodium vapour lamp. Afterthis step the varnish must not be touched with the palms/fingers (danger of cross-linking disturbances, use gloves). The surface is now perfectlyprepared for the hand wax. To apply, press the supplied sponge lightly into the can and spread the wax evenly over the surface. Allow the wax to flash off and polish with a microfibre cloth. Always work insections, e.g. complete bonnet and only then the next component. Vehicle washing: In order to have a high-gloss wax surface for a long time and not to remove it too quickly during cleaning, the vehicle should be carefully washed by hand. For thispurpose, a lot of water, soft washing tools and only soft dry cloths should be used to gently dry the surface. Because hard and aggressive washing utensils remove waxes faster andscratch the surface. If washing plants are used, they should be exclusively textile washing plants.