80 BONES! I just better see my ball head shine of the reflection of that stuff. then again I better see GOD!blacura said:I began using it about a month ago on my 93 Coupe (only took about a week to arrive) It is not a wax, but a polymer--serves the same purpose, but in a different way. You wouldn't be able to use the 2 in combination. I feel like I see a difference, but that could be my wallet tellin' my head that for 80 bones, I better see a difference!
How long did it take you to go through that process? 1-3hrs or more?blacura said:Yeah-- purchase the clay bar, prep polymer, main polymer, "swirl" polymer, and finishing spray: you'll be looking at about $80 shipped. But they throw in a buff pad for free
It sounds like they make this stuff for the folks that are fortunate enough to have a garage for the car to live in and drive another vehicle during the process. Otherwise I'm sure it would reccomend a fresh wash between cycles in the event the car stays outside, eh?!Trojan Horse said:The thing I don't understand about using Zaino...
They suggest for many of their steps you should wait 24 hours. So are you supposed to leave your car in a garage for a week while you do all of the steps? I can't see it being a good thing to do a step on Sunday morning, then leave the car outside all day, drive the car to work on Monday, then spend an hour or more buffing another compound into the car on Monday night. That's almost 2 days worth of airborne contaminants landing on the paint that you're swirling around.