Zaino

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Fierocious, Jan 17, 2006.

  1. Fierocious

    Fierocious New Member

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    What do you guys and Scottwax think about it?
    I've tried it and had kickass results.
    Wondering what you guys thought:eek3:
     
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    Parabellum Molon Labe!

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    It's ok but there are much better looking products that are cheaper and much easier to apply.
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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  4. Fierocious

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    Well shit on a stick.:wtc:
    Which products do you think is the better?? Like the very best without being super expensive. CMW?
    I'll buy them next time
     
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    I've stuck with Zaino for a few years because it offers great protection. I know it's not "the best" shine out there, but it survives all of the harsh weather I can throw at it.

    Plus, I have broken my back twice, and it's extremely easy to apply. Between that and the durability, I'll stick with it.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    My go to sealant is now the Werkstatt twins, Prime and Acrylic Jett. Similar to Klasse but nano-technology. Very wet and glossy and decent depth for a sealant. Poorboy's EX-P looks very similar to Zaino and the new version seems to be pretty close in durability too. Biggest plus? You can use it straight from the bottle. No mixing, no Z1.

    On dark, non metallic paint, you can't beat carnauba based waxes like Carnauba Moose, Natty's Blue and Pinnacle Souveran.
     
  7. Fierocious

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    note taken
    thanks guys
     
  8. n2_space

    n2_space Space > *.*

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    My go to for the best of both worlds (looks and durability) is Collinite 845 IW. After 3 months so far through the winter, it still beads like I put it on yesterday :cool:
     
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    :werd: I put some on my car last friday knowing that it was going to rain and snow for the next two weeks. Im hoping it will last until we get another 50 degree day
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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    I'm sure it will :) I'm expecting it to be holding up pretty well come March when I do a major clean up on my cars.
     

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