Get yourself a proper car shampoo that does good cleansing yet will not remove your wax. Some options are:
- Turtle ice shampoo (1.25ltrs), Meguiars NXT shampoo (2 ltrs), Meguiars Wash n wax shampoo (1.5ltrs) etc (these vary from 1200-1800). You can even opt for armorall shampoo from metro/hyperstar
Next get yourself a nice car wax. Some options are:
- Turtle ice paste wax (around 1500). Given your car color, this will produce good results and you'll have to sort of reapply every 2 weeks.
- Meguiars ultimate wax (around 3300). This is a bigger container than the turtle ice and is an excellent quality wax. You'll have to reapply every 3-4 weeks and this will produce better looks than turtle ice.
Which ever shampoo you get, always wash using "two bucket method car wash" (google for it).
Get yourself some microfibers and never use that road side cloth full of linted. Microfibers are designed to minimise the possibility of car scratch and attracts dirt in its fibers rather than dragging on car's body. Some options:
- Meguiars supreme shine towel (pack of 3). will cost you around 1500. Use one for car washing, one for drying and one for wax removal.
Avoid dry dusting your car as much as you can. A spray called "quick detailer" is available in various brands (around 1200) that you lightly mist on a dusty (not dirty) car and use a towel to clean it up. This will prevent bringing on those small scratches (spider web like called swirls mostly visible when light is reflecting). You could opt for an armorall quick detailer from metro/hyperstar as thats cheap (700ish).
Join the https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/body-work-interior-paint-glass-appearance/207170-car-care-detailing-dreams-part-2-a-528#post4260450 forum and read posts.
The turtle/meguiars should be available from "Detailing Crew" whose address you can ask on the above mentioned forum.