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I use both caranuba wax and/or protectant & sealant. I like to clean the areas with a soft microfiber towel and wipe dry with another towel.
It's good practice to clean this area(s). You can even use a sponge or terry cloth towel to clean the area. Just be sure to wipe it dry--sqeaky dry so there is no misture left to leave any film or excess wax.
As far as what works for protection and shine, I always use caranuba wax. I have even applied Meguiar's Cleaner wax or somtimes I just apply the Tech wax. Whatever you chose to use, be sure that you DO use a protectant. This makes your cleaning job easier later on for quick touch ups. Trust me when I tell you that each and every car I've done, when the owner gets it back, they notice and when I tell them why I do it, it all makes sense to them. If you wash and wax this area at least once a week, it will become easier to do--all you'll have to do is wipe it with a soft cloth and maybe apply wax every now and then but at least it will be clean and dirt free.
Most of us cannot afford to buy a new vehicle every 2 or 3 years so we should be diligent and stay on top of preserving our vehicles for as long as we can. While we are doing this, we can be confident in knowing that we did what we should do to keep our vheicles in top shape! Enjoy.
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