DETAILERS UNITE ! 2018 V1. My car came off the road maybe late September 2017 and has been garaged since. It was claybar'd, had a single stage light-cut machine polish and various waxes applied to it not long before that in one of my 25+ hour 'sessions' over 3 days. So for the Easter weekend i'm planning an even more epic effort to welcome it back out into the fresh air Because the paint is so good (And the fact i really don't enjoy it it any way) - i won't be machine polishing; but plan on a hand cleaning the paint with Autoglym SRP via a Scholl concepts polishing puck and / or a Lake Country Hydro-Tech hand pad - really going into some detail in all those hidden crevices. So - i'm looking for some advice from the knowledgeable ones here..... I'm definitely more interested in long term protection / ease of continued maintenance washes than purely outright day-to-day 'shine' and have a few products here to use once the paint is prepped and ready. I'd intended on getting a couple of layers on and am unsure what would be best as a harder / more durable (?) base-layer.....and then what to use ontop of that. I have the following at my disposal. *Dodo Juice Supernatural Hybrid; being very long lasting and hardy from experience. **AutoRevive Apotherapy Luxury Wax. Initial run sample - so no experience. ***Collinite 476s: I wasn't over-rawed with TBH. Gets amazing longevity ratings (?) ****BiltHammer Double Speed Wax - bought on the back of this review (Also winning in 2017): http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/accessories-tyres/63776/best-car-wax-and-car-polish *****Gtechniq C2 v3 Liquid Crystal spray: Many use as a spray top-up. Some use as a sole layer or some as a base protection (?) ******PoorBoys Black Hole glaze. For the Gloss Black parts. Obviously It's going on this colour as reference: So i guess my questions are: 1: What above products would you use and in what order ? 2: Is it really beneficial to multi-layer waxes / sealants ? Cheers !