Piano Black Car

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  1. GBlansten

    GBlansten OT's Bean Doc OT Supporter

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    I've done several search strategies and don't have a clear answer.

    2009 gloss black car the paint as expected is virtually swirl free.

    I will order and use Carnauba Moose Wax as suggested. Thanks to ScottWax.

    Should I use Vanilla Moose Wax Hand Glaze first or another product?

    I think I'm going to stop using Zaino since the car is black.
     
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    Vanilla Moose will be fine. I prefer to use it via PC with a polishing (hard paint) or finishing (soft paint) pad. By hand, you need to be careful to not work it in just with your finger tips but your entire hand to prevent fingertip marring.
     
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    Thanks.:bigthumb:
     
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    Vanilla Moose is fucking awesome, get it.
     
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    +1 VM. You'll love it. I've also used Natty's Red on a black car with good results, but CM and VM are great.
     
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    also, to get a good comparison, you can search for one of Scott's threads where he compared Zaino vs CM. The CM looks much better and more natural on the car. I don't remember what the thread title was. :hs:
     
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    I saw those pics. That's what sold me on trying CM.:bigthumb:
     
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    Appreciate the input. Got it on order.
     

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