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Zaino Polish

This is a discussion on Zaino Polish within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Just wondering if anyone here has used Zaino Polish and what you think about it...

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    Just wondering if anyone here has used Zaino Polish and what you think about it

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    Y2KPEWTERSS uses it he's a mod ask him.

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    I use it and love it!!

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    i'd say 50-75% of members have heard awesome things about it / used it.


    You can't go wrong with it, its one of the best. You just need to do a little research on what kit / products to buy and how to properly use them.

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    use it love it. I recommend it to anyone that asks me what they should use. It is kind of pricey to get started but the stuff lasts a long time. I reorder about $20-$30 per year. But keep in mind I have 2 cars and a truck I ues the stuff on.

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    I only use their products.

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    I use it religiously. Fire away any questions you have about it

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    I only use their products also...

    Make sure you get the surface prepped really good (claybar and such), and you will be happy with the finish. First time I did it I did not clay the car, second time I did clay the car and the results were a heck of a lot better...

    Good Luck...

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    It is costly, but worth it.

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    Been using it since 2002. Excellent product.

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    Use it. Will never buy again. Works though just has 5 million steps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5abivt View Post
    Use it. Will never buy again. Works though just has 5 million steps.
    The first time you apply, the preperation/application process does have a lot of steps or work involved. Maintaining it is easy as pie though.

    No matter what product you use, if you don't do the necessary prep work, the results won't amount to squat though.

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    Used it but not really a fan. For "removing" swirls I found it not to work very well so I went to some detailing websites and did my reading. I now use a porter cable and Wolfgang polishes and Im astonished every time I use them on my red and black ws6s. Im not very impressed by zaino but thats just my opinion. And i did follow the procedures as instructed

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    Quote Originally Posted by One_Bad_TA View Post
    Used it but not really a fan. For "removing" swirls I found it not to work very well so I went to some detailing websites and did my reading. I now use a porter cable and Wolfgang polishes and Im astonished every time I use them on my red and black ws6s. Im not very impressed by zaino but thats just my opinion. And i did follow the procedures as instructed
    No wonder you weren't impressed if you thought they'd remove your swirls.... They aren't designed to.....

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    As mentioned....it all depends on the prep work and the work needed.

    I don't use Zaino, but several do with great results.
    It is all in what works for you.

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    ZAINO?? Best stuff around, been using for about 12 years and never looked back.

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    I've been using it for years and love it. For the price, it's very good stuff and has a nice shine to go along with its longevity.

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    And what steps are those? Just like with any product, the timely process is in the preparation (which is key to getting the best results).

    Quote Originally Posted by 5abivt View Post
    Use it. Will never buy again. Works though just has 5 million steps.

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    It's not designed to remove swirl marks or fine scratches. It's designed to fill them in.

    Quote Originally Posted by One_Bad_TA View Post
    Used it but not really a fan. For "removing" swirls I found it not to work very well so I went to some detailing websites and did my reading. I now use a porter cable and Wolfgang polishes and Im astonished every time I use them on my red and black ws6s. Im not very impressed by zaino but thats just my opinion. And i did follow the procedures as instructed

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