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Old 09-17-2007, 06:39 PM
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ZAIO & CS help pleeez

I just completed using ZAIO & CS on my Gray G35. After I put on the CS, I let it dry for two hours. I noticed circular hazy marks all over the car. They almost look like the ones on cars after someone improperly use's an orbital. I thought it could be the use of to much CS; However the paint was dry to the touch. I went over the car with Z8 spray & the circular haze marks did not come out?. The car looks perfect in shade; but very bad in direct light because you see all the circular haze patters. It almost looks like circular haze/swerls under the CS. They were not their before I CS. The finish was perfect before CS. I am very worried & do not know what to do.
It has been three hours since i CS and the marks still appear in direct sunlight. Have anyone else experiance this.
 
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Old 09-17-2007, 06:54 PM
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Old 09-18-2007, 10:21 AM
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Old 09-18-2007, 10:47 AM
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Cool

I tried the CS on my black paint a couple of weeks ago, after a lot of prep work and orbital polishing.

I'm still not sold.....I saw a lot of "rainbow" looking spots after it dried that I had to buff out with Z6.
 
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about how many sprays did you use? When I do a G, i only use about 7 sprays to do the whole car. Did you apply in circles or top down, front back?
 
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Old 10-04-2007, 09:36 AM
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Originally Posted by ZainoDetailer
about how many sprays did you use? When I do a G, i only use about 7 sprays to do the whole car. Did you apply in circles or top down, front back?

I used in Circles overlapping. The directions did not say how to apply just to overlapping In small areas. Quate: Work Z-CS into the paint evenly with the applicator pad using overlapping motions one section (18-24" area) at a time. If you did not want overlapping motions [circular] It should of read " overlapping motions top down or left right.".

& I just relized the directions on the bottle are different from the ZAINO web site. The directions on the bottle do not indicate (18-24" area ).
 

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Originally Posted by 05GCOUPE6MT
I used in Circles overlapping. The directions did not say how to apply just to overlapping In small areas. Quate: Work Z-CS into the paint evenly with the applicator pad using overlapping motions one section (18-24" area) at a time. If you did not want overlapping motions [circular] It should of read " overlapping motions top down or left right.".

& I just relized the directions on the bottle are different from the ZAINO web site. The directions on the bottle do not indicate (18-24" area ).
You need to do in a sweeping back and forth motion when applying wax or sealants.
 
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Try it again. My first time with CS sucked. My second time, I only used 5 sprays and it came out perfect. The less the better until you get the hang of it. I have a black car.
 
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Agree with fbw5595. As with ANY Zaino product, the less you use the better. If you are seeing the rainbowy haze after several hours, you've used too much CS and need to buff it off w/ some Z6.

CS is a PITA b/c it's hard to spread it evenly across the paint in small doses. However, once you get the hang of it, it's a pretty good product.
 
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After using Z2 - Z5 - Z6 on my TB coupe I am now sticking to Z5Pro and Z6. I just ordered Z8 as well to give that a try... I like Z5 better than Z2 on dark colors myself as it seems to have a "deeper" look to it where Z2 was nice and shiney but seemed, I dont know... kinda "antiseptic" to me if that makes any sense... I like a deep wet look myself. I hear Z8 is the shizzzznit, I will find out on Friday when it gets here

After reading about Zaino CS and AIO I am sticking with what works for me and not even interested in trying those.

If Z8 is an improvement on Z6 then I am already sold on that!...
 
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