Re: Brera Cleaning Advice
Get yourself some detailing clay, you’ll be amazed how much gunge it picks up even after the best cleaning job you can do.
The stuff’s like a lump of white plastacine and you just spay on some special lubricant then give it a steady wipe and it lifts out all the surface contamination that washing and polishing wont move. You end up with an absolutely glass smooth cold surface that looks as fresh as the day it came out of the showroom, then all you need is a good coat of wax to finish the job.
I’d never even heard of “claying” till I came on this forum, thought you just washed and polished a car and that's it. It takes about two hours to completely clay a Brera and another hour or so to do the wax but it only need doing about once a year.