The ceramic coating is a decent choice to go for in the event that you are not happy with the wax or sealant result and need better assurance alongside a phenomenal sparkle for your vehicle. Additionally, it will build the life of your vehicle paint to make it look much the same as what the paint of a spic and span vehicle shows up
checked McGolf again. He’s using Menzerna Polishing compound Part # H0813 (m-W16). It’s available at Grizzly.com
Also, a substitute for the Menzerna is Glanzmax available at https://www.jescarguitar.com/shop/glanzmax-30/
Apologize for the delay. We don’t sell it anymore. We have a few bars remaining, but I have to keep them to use here. You can google “Glanz Wax” and get lots of options. I couldn’t tell you if one was better than any other, but any basic polishing compound should work as long as the polishing compound you choose is designed for the surface you are trying to polish. Irons or metal woods should react much like car parts and car polishes are used on golf clubs. I will try to get more specific information on alternatives and post.