1995 BMW M3 - White "Lightweight"

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by danponjican, Sep 26, 2007.

  1. danponjican

    danponjican New Member

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    This was a very unique car! Full roll cage, coil overs and plenty of rubber on the paint from the super soft tires and the commute up from Charlotte to Winston Salem, NC. The paint ended up being a lot harder than I thought it would be. I've done 2001 M3s and they didn't seem to have as hard clear as this one did.

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    :hsugh: a little unorthodox. but not bad.
     
  3. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Nice work, the paint looks really wet and glossy.

    Z8 ought to play very nice with Duragloss, given the very suspicious similarities between Duragloss and Zaino. I honestly see no difference between Z8 and Aquawax. Other than the smell, they apply and remove the same, have EXACTLY the same look and slickness...based on side by side comparisons.
     
  4. danponjican

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    I totally agree with you Scott! As a matter-of-fact, I advised this customer to pick up a bottle of Aquwax for maintenance of the DG 105 but when I saw that he had a left over bottle of Z8, I told him about the "conspiracy theory"... LOL
     

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