Originally Posted by Class-of-2013
Good point, and normally if it were summer, I'd do just that. I was thinking the more protectant and waxes left on there + Klasse AIO on top for more protection, that could help me during the hard winter months. What do you think? It might not be the best "shine", but I'm more interested in layering up the protection from salt and grime. etc.
Today it was so freaking cold, I ended up just using the High Pressure Wash quickly to rinse of the dirt as best as possible, shampooed once, took through a Touchless Wash for extra measure. Afterwards, just blotted/patted it down to dry with a microfiber (not wiping), since I know there's still some residue winter film there (it's ever so slight, but didn't want to take a chance).
The base layer of protection is what will help protect your cars paint. Whatever wax or sealant you had on before is what will help not the added products because one needs to bond to the paint. When you layer up the top waxes will add minimal protection since they aren't bonding to the paint