Since I haven't been driving the camaro, or paying that much attention to it as of late, the paint has really taken a down turn. Plus, with women driving it for the past couple of years, its a wonder that the car is still in one peice. Anyway, the Clearcote started to oxidize and it lost nearly all of its luster. Not anymore. In an effort to bring the paint back from the dead, I employed all my detailing know-how and my right arm. Here's a list of ingredients Zaino Clay Bar Meguiars #9 Clearkote Vanilla Moose P21S Eagle 1 tire wet Eagle 1 20/20 Lets start off with a couple of before pics. Here is the car as it sat this morning. Groundeffects scraped up pretty bad, and absolutuly no shine. Here is the only black peice on the vehicle, it is a good place to show to the changes being made in the paint. Here is a shot of the sail panel area. Can you see me in the picture? I sure can't. Lastly, here is a shot of the car facing the sun. Notice the shineyness. Part 2: After a wash, clay bar and using Meguiars Swirl Remover 2.0, some shine started to pull through. Part 3: Finally, with some ClearKote Vanilla Mouse and Concours P21S, the paint made a breakthrough! With all of that, I realise, I wish I had an orbital buffer. The paint would look 1000X better than what it does now.