I thought I'd just post a few pics to show you the results of using OCW on a light coloured car. We all know that its very difficult to get good depth and deep reflection on light coloured paint surfaces, silver is especially challenging.
I've been using OCW since my Leon Cupra (silver) days and I've yet to find anything that can compare. I've tried Meguiars Gold Class and NXT Tech wax, Zymol, Auto Glym, Simoniz and even P21S pure carnuaba wax. P21S is the best of these bunch and gives a cracking finish but unfortunately its nowhere near as durable as OCW. OCW comes as a spray. It says on the bottle to just spray on and wipe off but I think a better technique is to spray the surface then spread the wax out with a microfibre cloth. Leave it for say 1 minute then rub over the surface with a clean microfibre cloth.
This is my second application of OCW on the Vec. You can layer it straight away but in my experience it tends to work better if you wait until you've washed the car and then put another layer on. You can build up in stages this way and the reflections get deeper and deeper.
The pic below is just one layer over the top of Carlack-68. Carlack-68 is an acryllic sealant, very similar to Klasse All in One. Essential stuff for paint protection with the winter coming up.
You can see the reflections starting to come up.
These next pictures are after 2 coats, taken today. Even with the poor light you can see the reflections and depth of shine are getting better. The bottom of the doors is a good example of this.
If you've got a light coloured car, chuck the Megs away and at least try some of this stuff. It takes about 20 minutes to do the whole car and I think the results are very good.
You can get OCW from motorgeek: