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what wax should I use on my som ss?

This is a discussion on what wax should I use on my som ss? within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by Wesman Yep, thats the address that I sent the emails too. That was a couple months ago ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    Yep, thats the address that I sent the emails too. That was a couple months ago too, just never got a response.

    I would like to try the Z-2 PRO Show Car Polish, with either Z-AIO All-in-one or ZFX Accelerator as a base coat.
    I will send Sal an email and see if I can't find out why you are getting responses or if they can get you some service Wesman.

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    Off topic for a sec....but to answer your question, yes I was

    I had the '98 T/A, Sport Gold Metallic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    I will send Sal an email and see if I can't find out why you are getting responses or if they can get you some service Wesman.
    Thanks, I appreciate your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    Yep, thats the address that I sent the emails too. That was a couple months ago too, just never got a response.

    I would like to try the Z-2 PRO Show Car Polish, with either Z-AIO All-in-one or ZFX Accelerator as a base coat.
    Wesman, if you live in New Jersey, Shore Motorsports in Howell sells all of the Zaino products over the counter. I bought some of the new Zaino All-In-One from a Zaino distributor based in NJ who will ship anywhere, including Jersey. I think Sal Zaino restricts sales in Jersey because he doesn't want to compete with his distributor network in the state. I'll get you the name of the distributor I bought the stuff from if I can find it. They were at the recent GMs In Carlisle show.

    They also had some new stuff from Zaino, 8 - 10 ounce bottle of a clear liquid like ICE, spread it on and let it dry. It's supposed to shine the car without ANY buffing, but for $30 / bottle I took a pass on it for the time being, I'm just not sold on it because of the price. With the new AIO you don't need the Accelerator - that was used with the older Z-5 product to make it cure quickly. When you mixed the accelerator with Z-5 you could buff it off immediately instead of waiting 30 minutes or more to let the Z-5 air dry. The new AIO is like conventional liquid waxes now; spread it on thinly and let it dry to a haze then buff it off with a cotton towel. No more waiting 30 minutes or more to let it cure like the old Z-5.

    To those of you who think that the Walmart version of Zymol is the shits, it's just a product made by Turtle Wax, who licensed the use of the name from Zymol. The true Zymol comes in a 10 - 12 ounce clear jar, is a paste wax which smells like coconuts and sells by mail order for about $50 / jar. It's worth every penny of the price.
    Last edited by Fastcar; 07-04-2007 at 10:54 PM. Reason: added stuff

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    I know one thing about the "wal*mart" version of zymoil-it made my fadded 84 z28 look great. I know its not the best wax or anything but for the money its pretty good. I would like to try the real zymoil though-thats interesting I never knew they had a better version of it.

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