My long weekend started with a wash of my 2008 Porsche GT2 with Migliore Citro to strip the paint of all wax. I used Migliore Forza in a few areas to really get those areas clean with little to no work. The Migliore Citro was applied with a Gilmour Foamaster II and allowed to dwell for about 5 minutes. The next day I started the polishing steps, as the paint was extremely smooth I opted not to use clay. I used Menzerna Intensive Polish followed by Menzerna SF4000. These two steps were followed by another wash with Migliore Citro using the Gilmour Foamaster II. I then applied Chemical Guys Black Light Hybrid Radiant Finish and allowed it to dry, removed it and while I was waiting for it to cure I applied Migliore Bella Lustra Tire Glaze. I must say I really do not like to apply any product to my tires as I do not like a shinny appearance nor do I like the potential of product being slung onto the quarter panels when driving. Having said this I can tell you I do like Migliore's Bella Lustra Tire Glaze!!! It gave a clean matt appearance, dried quickly, and very little product was used. There is no chance of this product leaving the tire for a new home on my paint! This is one of the most cost effective products I've even owned in that so little was used the bottle will last a very long time. Now that time has passed for the sealant to cure I applied a coat of Migliore Presidenziale. I used a foam pad and let it sit anywhere from 2 minutes to 20 minutes before removal. This is a very hard wax and very little product was used so the tub will last quite a long time. The finish is far the best I've seen! It shines above Swissvax Concorso, which in my book is one of the best carnaubas made. It has a very neutral smell, needs to be melted onto the pad with circular or back-and-forth friction of the pad on the surface of the wax. Removal was easy and the shine is truly amazing. This may well be the last wax I ever buy!