Now that you have your car and the products above you will need a full day to finish your new car prep. You will want to find a spot out of the sun and reasonably cool. My suggestion is to start in the morning or late afternoon when their is plenty of shade and it is cooler.
First, you need to mix a couple squirts of Dawn into a gallon bucket and fill the bucket full of water. Wet the entire vehicle, but do not use a high force sprayer. With the microfiber mit gently wash the car noting any spots that appear rough or discolored. Your movements should be straight lines and not circles. Once the paint is done wash the wheels. You should be thorough and cover all the
areas, but don't over do it. Afterwards, spray off the entire car rinse out the bucket and mit. Put the mit away for later machine washing.
Second, use the Z-7 and mix according to directions. You should wash the car exactly as you did above. Make sure you use a different microfiber mit and do not clean out the bucket when you are done (we will be using it in the next step).
Third, take the blower and knock off all the water on the vehicle. It won't take long and is a huge time saver. Finish up by using one of the microfiber absorbent towels.
Fourth, now you should go around the car and clay bar any rough or discolored areas you noted when cleaning. Take a Poorboy PVA Sponge and soak it in the Z-7 wash that you saved from the second step. Wet the area thoroughly and then use the clay bar following the directions provided from Zaino Brothers.
Fifth, now you are ready to wax. Follow the ZFX instructions for mixing with Z-2 Polish. Mix a full 2oz bottle. Apply following the directions and cover all areas of the car. When done you should have a bit of the polish left. Keep in mind how much you used since you will be applying a second coat of wax shortly. Wait about thirty minutes and wipe off the wax. Do one more coat of polish, wait 30 minutes and remove.
Sixth, use the Z-16 Tire Gloss with a PVA Sponge and go over all rubber exteriors (tires, trim, etc). Before doing each tire, I use a polishing wrag and remove all the brake dust and particles that the washing may have missed.
Last step... whew. Not really the last step, but the easy stuff all rolled into one. Vacuum out the interior (I use a handheld dirt devil, but a shop vac works great as well). Apply the glass polish on the interior/exterior glass, instrument glass and cover all the mirrors. Next clean and soften the leather seats if you have them following the Zaino Z-9 and Z-10 instructions. Wipe up the dash and plastic bits in the car the Z-14 plastic cleaner. The Z-12 Glass Polish should now be dry and ready to remove. Grab a polishing microfiber cloth and finish up.
Your done and if you managed your time wisely you should have finished the same day you started. You won't have to go through this again for another six months or so. Periodically you will want to clean the interior and wash the dirt from the exterior, but the exterior is now well protected.