wow you have everything covered!! So can I ask how you wash your car and wheels with the ceramic coating applied? This car has a ceramic coating on car and wheels and I'm wondering the best way to wash...thanks!
Thanks for asking
I wash all of the 7 cars that I look after the same way.
If the car has a fabric roof, this is vacuumed first with a soft brush attachment.
Spray down, avoid the fabric roof
Snow foam and dwell to drip, avoid the fabric roof
Spray down again
Two bucket safe wash with a microfibre mit, do not clean the roof
Rinse down, avoiding high pressue spray near rear lights, headlights and window seals.and never at the fabric roof
Microfibre towel dry using very light blot and roll on first pass.
Blot dry the fabric roof where wetted.
Use second towel to dry or go to final step of C2V3 wipe over on cars with ceramic coating
If the cars are not ceramic coated, I skip the C2V3 and replace with a speed detailer wipe over or a speed wax.
I don't wash the fabric roof and at the moment I only clean the wheels with a wheel woolie and a dedicated wash mit. Time will come when I use a fall out remover on the wheels. Tyres are scrubbed with degreaser and a tyre brush.
I do a speed spray of G Techniq C2V3 on the experior paint plastics and alloys, using very light pressure and a couple of newly laundered microfibre towels, I use the big yellow Kirkland ones from Costco. Tyres are trimmed with tyre deessing.
After the drying stage, at some point I will also need to consider adding in a tar remover step, but so far the Boxster is not showing contamination. If I use a tar remover, thos panels will get two bucket wash down and towel dry once more.
I am looking to get a pet drier as a blower in future to get water out from mirrors but at the moment I use a thin MF towel wrapped around a credit card to get water from seems.