Routine washing with any car wash shampoo will help remove pollution and contamination that can dull the Klasse shine. To restore that "just-detailed" Klasse sparkle, mist and wipe the vehicle with a high-quality quick detailer. A good time to do this is after washing the vehicle. It only takes a minute or two to mist and wipe the surface and your vehicle will look spectacular.
Yes, as long as it's a pure wax and not a cleaner/wax. This is not required as Klasse is a more durable protectant than any carnauba wax. That said, many enthusiasts and show car owners consider a Klasse All-In-One foundation and a top carnauba wax coating as their "trade secret finish".
No. High Gloss Sealant Glaze will not bond to wax. It is designed to work best when used on top of All-In-One.
No. The cleaner in All-In-One will remove any wax on the surface.
While a coat of High Gloss Sealant will extend the durability, the real advantage is the increase in the intensity and liquidity of the shine. The question really is, "How much shine do I want?" If your goal is to protect your car's finish with a minimum of effort and still have a great shine, one coat of All-In-One is all you need. If you desire a head-turning, knock you over, put-on-your-sunglasses shine, reach for the High Gloss Sealant, and put on as many coats as you can. It is not unusual for a show car to have a dozen or more coats of High Gloss Sealant Glaze over one coat of All-In-One.
Only if you're working on an older car with a very dull or oxidized finish. All-In-One will not layer on top of itself. In effect, if you apply two coats, you are cleaning the surface twice. This is not required on most vehicles but may improve surface gloss on older, neglected paint finishes. On most vehicles, if you have the time to apply two coats, apply one coat of All-In-One and then a top coat of High Gloss Sealant Glaze.
Always a difficult question to answer as geographic location, climate and driving conditions all affect durability. Since All-In-One is so easy to apply, a good rule is two applications a year. If you live in a state of severe Ultraviolet radiation, (Florida, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, etc.) a good guideline is every 4 to 5 months.
No. All-In-One will make swirls less noticeable but will not remove them. To remove a swirl you must remove the layer of paint that contains the swirl. All-In-One will not remove paint. All-In-One will make swirls less noticeable by rounding over the leading edge of the swirl robbing sunlight of a sharp edge to cause a reflection. The more you use All-In-One the less noticeable swirls become.
No. Klasse All in One is non-abrasive and will not remove the clear coat finish on your car. The cleaner in Klasse is designed to remove old wax, road grime, pollution and oxidation that normal washing will not remove