Detailing the truck today and figure I'll update as I go. I'm no expert but I'll share what I've learned over the years. Todays truck is an 02 F350 service bed. Cab and front end is original paint (base and clear). Bed is 3 years old with single stage paint. Goal for today is to was the whole truck and get the cab polished/waxed. Ill polished/wax the bed tomorrow. Its late in the day for both and the bed takes extra time. What I'm using product wise for wash is Adams car shampoo, washing pad, shammi (spelling?), and a microfiber rag. Polish/wax I'm using Adams detail spray, mothers carnuba cleaner wax, off the shelf claybar, porter cable DA polisher, and microfiber rags. The reason I use carnuba cleaner wax is because its a 1 step process. I've done the 3 steps in the past and they simply just take to long. 3 times as long. If you have a crewcab Ford the roof takes forever since its not flat.