The car looks good. No matter what it is worth the time put in it.
I wash my car with regular dawn dish soap (blue) to remove the wax so the clay bar doesn't have to remove wax and dirt, then rinse, and then go panel by panel using dish soap water as a lubricant for the claybar. I have done many vehicles this way with no problems and it is by far the easiest way IMO.I only clay bar twice per year. Do you just use water in a spray bottle or do you use the spray detail wax stuff that comes with some claybar kits?
I've heard that using water with a drop of dish soap (since the wax is getting stripped off anyways) is a good way to go, anybody try that out?