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is Zaino really worth the time/Money?

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    I have no clue my car is not a daily driver it sits in the garage, it never sits in the sun, the car is a 2000 and only has 37,000 miles on it. I told myself to go back to wax and not polish and it looks better and I never turned back.

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    My guess is you were using too much Zaino. There isn't any white power like wax.

    Quote Originally Posted by screamin chicken View Post
    I used Zaino for yrears on my 2000 Blk WS6 and like it alot I went from winning 1st place at about every car show to not even placing, then I looked real good and noiticed that the zaibo was leaving a white colored film on my paint, so I stopped using it and I now use the Mequirs, and the good thing is it's cheap and at Walmart so I can get it at anytime. And also I never use soap and water to wash my car it has only been wet like 3 times and that was from getting caught in the rain.

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    I have never seen my paint as slick as when I use Zaino. I was a long time wax user. But no more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by screamin chicken View Post
    I have no clue my car is not a daily driver it sits in the garage, it never sits in the sun, the car is a 2000 and only has 37,000 miles on it. I told myself to go back to wax and not polish and it looks better and I never turned back.
    Everybody always say how easy Zaino is to remove. That being said--- I never thought it was that easy to take off without first misting my towel with Z6 first. That seemed to do it..... Maybe you're leaving some of it behind.?
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    Final detail wax

    has anyone ever used final detail wax?
    i used it on my 2009 GMC Canyon--Atomic orange metalic & i really liked it alot, Spray on a panel & wipe till dry, No residue ! Can do you entire car in 15 minutes, I use it every often becuase it is so easy to apply & remove!!
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