thanks for the info.I use only Meguiar's products, they are great!
I follow these steps for a regular wash:
1- Touchless Rinse: I spray with the hoe to remove dirt and dust from the body of the car, clean dirt and brake dust from wheels, allowing me to have a cleaner surface to work with before I begin with the touch wash.
2- Touch Wash (tires first then body): Remember to have 2 buckets with grit guards, 1 for the shampoo and the second with clean water for rinsing, the grit guards makes the dirt stay on the bottom of your buckets. For the shampoo I use Meguiar's Ultimate Wash & Wax and for cleaning Meguiar's Microfiber Wash Mitt.
3- Dry: I use Meguiar's Magnet Microfiber Drying Towel
Depending on the condition of your paint you might want to clay the car if really needed --->compound ---> polish---> wax. For all of these procedures besides claying I use Meguiar's DA Polish Machine and Meguiar's Ultimate Line of Products.
Here is a pic of "Dolores" after: wash---> clay---> polish ---> wax
I use Meguiar's Quik Interior Detailer, although this does not provide a shiny gloss since I personally don't like it. This cleaner leaves a natural OE look on the plastics, which is exactly what I like.And what are you using to have a shiny dashboard? am using the abro spray but it does not leaves it shiny