Hi all, I cleaned my car at the weekend, and gave it an isopropyl alcohol "buff off" after the wash (1:3 IPA/water dilution). I did this as the car is being wrapped and I wanted to clear the paint of any polish after removing fallout etc. Now, i've done full weekends of claying and polishing in the past and it never turned out this clean. Specifically, the immovable water spots, window grease and everything else was gone ... this is expected as it is a solvent. My question is, would repeating this process damage the clearcoat/plastics? I think the dilution is high enough to keep the plastics safe, but I don't know if the AMAZING finish is down to removing a layer of clearcoat? Is it safe to do time after time? This is the first time I saw my black car looking as good as the paint can be. The photos are from a quick 1 hour wash, no polishing or other products except a gentle foam and IPA rubdown with an MF.