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Anyone out there ever used there products? I have only read awesome things about Zaino...not waxes but polishes and supposed to make the car look like glass...can't wait to try some of them out. It is a little confusing regarding which ones to order since they are all numbered products...especially, for a dark car like my Obsidian one, this stuff should work well...helps keep any swirls or spidering to a bare minimum. I will get it in the mail this week and once done, report back with some pix. These products are for the hardcore enthusiast in auto detailing...stuff people use when they take their cars to shows.
 

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That's all I use couple times a year on my cars. A little clay bar, couple applications of swirl remover / polish, couple more applications of straight polish then finished off with two layers of high-end carnauba wax from Meguiars or Mothers (your choice) topped off with the Zaino Z-spray to seal it all up. It's a better than fresh from the factory feel when it's all done. My black legacy never had any swirls or 'spidering' and I was always complimented on how smooth it felt and how it looked 'wet'... You'll appeciate the 'pearl' in your cars paint on a new level after you are done.

It's an all-day affair but I always saw it as a way to get to know all the little details of your car.

Lots of good microfiber towels, makeup brushes and q-tips come in handy. I used to use the products on my wheels too once a year, but that may be a bit overboard...

Good luck and definitely post some pics.
 

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It's not a Lexus with Zaino but a newer black car...look how deep the shine it using Zaino products....and, he didn't even use the Z-8 which is the ultimate shine for any car!

 

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Anyone out there ever used there products? I have only read awesome things about Zaino...not waxes but polishes and supposed to make the car look like glass...can't wait to try some of them out. It is a little confusing regarding which ones to order since they are all numbered products...especially, for a dark car like my Obsidian one, this stuff should work well...helps keep any swirls or spidering to a bare minimum. I will get it in the mail this week and once done, report back with some pix. These products are for the hardcore enthusiast in auto detailing...stuff people use when they take their cars to shows.
Back in 1984 I lived next door to the guy who developed Zaino.

He manufactured it in the basement of his condo.

He gave me free stuff but I always thought it was too hard to apply and get a good shine..

I guess he did well enough to be bought out.

He was always a good BS artist - more than a chemist.
 
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