Your best depth and shine comes from carnuba wax, period. Sealants don't let the car shine as well as a wax. Here'* what I'd do on your car to get it "new" again..
Wash with dawn/stripper to remove wax, or whatever strips the sealant you're using now. Then a claybar to remove all contaminants, and previous detailing compounds.
Good polishing work on your car can probably get out most of the spiderwebs in the paint, but with our older cars a glaze will help fill in some of the deeper cuts in the clear coat. The spider webs and whatnot are what kills the shine and depth the most.
After that, put on your sealant if you'd like, i would only do it if it'* compatible with a wax you'd like to use, then wax. Waxing under the sealant will cause it not to bond well to the paint. Some sealants work well with a wax on them, some don't really hold wax at all. I myself am not a fan of a semi-permanent or permanent things on my paint...
Order of layers/work should be (not all are necessary, or even compatible)
Take pictures, drink wine and stare at car.
Other important things are making sure everything else is good too, such as tires, rubber trim, etc. Making the black things black helps TREMENDOUSLY. The best way to do this, and longest lasting is a rubber and vinyl conditioner. Normal products like tire shine and just tons of silicone in a bottle to make something shine for a short period of time.
And don't touch armor all.
Originally Posted by ReallyAGXP
jump in on the Zaino Group buy..... from what u have herd and read there is no better...
Zaino is solely a sealant product, it'* not really any different then the LG he has now. There is better out there, but for the typical consumer it'* "high end" stuff.