Zymol POLISH?

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  1. BlinginAssRims

    BlinginAssRims Now I'm blaumped out

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    Anyone ever use it?
    Their wax seems ok, and i got a deal on ebay for the polish. Was curious if it was worth a damn.
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    Meguiars Scratch X yes or no?
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Zymol polish is nothing special, just a decent polish. If you got a good deal, go ahead and try it.

    Yes on the Scratch X. Great product for removing paint transfers, light scratches, etc.
     
  3. Labster

    Labster OT Supporter

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    I use scratch X all the time especially for under door handles. Works great.
     
  4. Geoffman72

    Geoffman72 Rotary/Boxer Owned

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    How about their ultra high end stuff? ;)

    "Vintage" or whatever its called is like $1500 a can! :eek3:
     
  5. SilverLexus

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    Tried. Pinnacle Souveran is better. Ralph Lauren collector car manager also switched to the less pricey Souveran also after a long relationship with Zymol.
     
  6. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Their market is people who equate price with quality and who want to brag to others in the clubhouse how much their wax costs. Like SilverLexus said, if you want to try an expensive wax, go with Souveran. Even though it is $70 (and sometimes on sale as low as $50) an 8oz jar is enough to wax your car at least 35-40 times and on red and black, I haven't found anything else that gives the paint such a liquid, 3D look.
     
  7. MrBonus

    MrBonus Et Tu, Brute?

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    I used Zymol a long while ago. It's decent but doesn't last very long. There are much better products out there for the money.
     
  8. GSRstilez

    GSRstilez New Member

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    I have a sample of Zymol Vintage.

    When I use it, I will be sure to post about it :)
     

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