Nah, I looked into it and decided it was a skill I likely didn't have and besides, I've been spending enough time "playing with the new car" lately that an entire day of washing, polishing, and waxing probably wouldn't have been a good ideaDid you do it yourself?
I took to it to Mose Auto Detail. He said he normally uses Duragloss Aquawax, but he was having a lot of fun with the Elise (he's never detailed one before) and thought the yellow needed a bit more "punch" so he used something else (and I forgot what he said). He also clay-bar'd it, put on a coat, then used what amounts to jeweler's rouge and a slow polish to get it REALLY smooth, and finally applied another coat. I'm super happy with the result and recommend his services if you're looking for detailing in the Sacramento area.Loks GREAT!! Do you know what products he used? I am in the process of doing a complete Maquires detail and so far I am very happy!