well, you should contact the manufacturer first, but i use car wax and a microfiber cloth on my von schweikert dB99 speakers.
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You have got good advice from above men.You want to apply a layer on the clearcoat so when you wipe down/off your not scratching it.Your scratching the top layer of wax/whatever you choose off.No big deal.What is a big deal is scratching the clearcoat,now you are F---ed unless your into finishes which your not.You will be fine apply 2-3 coats,build it up thinly....
Well I have the same type of finish on my JM Labs utopia speakers. The best that I have found is Zaino Bros. show car polish (for clear coated finishes). It is available by mail order only to the best of my knowledge. An 8 oz. bottle will last for several years. It leaves zero residue and is the best polish I have found. I use the micro fiber cloths that are used on plastic eye glasses. I found a large size one at Target in the automotive section. It's a very fine micro fiber cloth and does not leave any swirl marks. Some of the micro fiber cloths are too coarse in my opinion.