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Old 07-28-2006, 03:54 PM
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sorry abt the wax messing up your car...

also, if you were using the car for your wedding.. then why wouldnt u just take it to the pros!

anyways hope u can work it out before the wedding.
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also if you plan on waxing i suggest doing so in a shady area on a cool g.
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Thumbs up Zaino Z-8

Originally Posted by rob40wilson03
what's everyone's favorite SEALER? is NXT a sealer? and do you guys put wax over top of your sealer?
After the Dawn routine and Clay Bar then it's time for the Zaino dance:

Z-1 Polish Lok
Z-2 if you choose....
Z-6 in between coats
Z-5 for scraches
Z-6 again...
Oh yeah don't forget the ZFX accelerant if it's too hot or humid...
Finish it with some Z-8 and you're good to go!!

Love this stuff, been using it for years and it can't be beat imho once you figure out that using less of it is MORE. Put it on as thin as you can with one of Sal's own cotton applicators then buff with a 100% cotton towel as mentioned b 4.

A coat of Zaino has to be good for another 5mph on the top end!!



Multiple coats can be applied in any order, one doesn't take the last one off. Successive coats give a deep ' look down into shine'!
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I used to deal with the guys who made "perma---l" wax.
To quote one of the guys in the warehouse " I wouldn't use this s--t on my Pinto!
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What did you do, just toss on this miracle wax? No surface prep? You could probably layer on the best wax and get the same results. You're going to have to strip the surface, and start from scratch. for help....
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Perma seal

I feel your pain man,especially with black car. Just dilute a few ounces of Dawn dish soap in the bucket and wash it yours car first that going to remove the wax. I personally used for last five years Acrylic Werks and its works like magic specially on black colored cars. I highly recommend this product, just go to the and check it out. Its makes even dull old pants looks like mirror, pretty impressive. Check reviews on this particular product and you going to see what I am talking about.
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Not the oldest necro I've seen but this is a pretty good one.

Personally I prefer the Klasse products, acrylic, easy to apply, lasts an entire year through 110F desert summers and 10F desert winters.
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