So true... I think that's why eveyone likes zanio.. because it is a polymer based wax instead of a carbuna based wax... So evey coat you apply you keep building, and building, and building,.....ChrisK said:Liquid Glass has been around forever. At least in the late 80s and early 90s when I first took note of it. I used it before and think it is okay, but nothing extra ordinary. Maybe you just need professional buffers to make full use of these car waxes, as they all seem about the same to me when you apply it by hand.
I've never said this. I personally have always quoted a minimum of +45mm. I use a +46mm on a 17X7 rim and I am borderline myself. When I had my stock ride height and used 215/50/17 tires I would often rub in the back under hard cornering. Yes, 215/45 mostly cured that problem, but we are talking a few mm difference in over all diamter, so that shows how close it is. I still say the optimum is a +48- +50 in a 7" wide rim. My friend had a +47 on his 94GS Sedan, and while he was a bit better than I was and did not rub, it was still very close.Thai.95LCoupe said:I was checking on the old forums and someone said they had Enkei's w/ a 42+ offset and 225/40/18's and they experienced rubbing and the Legend wasn't even lowered..
Someone suggested that he should have gotten 215/40/18's instead of the 225's...
But every time someone brings this up or as I do all the time they say " oh it's fine there will be no rubbing"
Another alternative to Zaino with less steps is Finish First Car Polish. It is based on the same principle as Zaino with less steps.Thai.95LCoupe said:
So true... I think that's why eveyone likes zanio.. because it is a polymer based wax instead of a carbuna based wax... So evey coat you apply you keep building, and building, and building,.....
You develop an armor coat on the car as well as a deep shine..
I will be investing in some come May.