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well, I do like the ease of application that zaino offers and you do have to rely on "the force" when using so little because you can't see that you've applied anything to the paint. this is especially true on white cars.alee said:Hey now Z isn't so bad is it?
yes, I admit that folks with other colors will likely have different results. but I do have a good eye that has grown accustomed to white paint. every new car I've ever purchased has been white. that makes 7/7 new cars 2/4 new morotcycles. there were even a few used cars and bikes that were white.alee said:I am definitely interested in your long term results although having owned a white car prior to this, I would have to say white is the hardest color to impress with.
Don't get me wrong... I trust your good eye on this... but I think there is something special about how Zaino shines.
I'm still flip flopping between switching to either P21S or Griots. Longevity is probably the least of my concern because I end up washing my car once a week anyway and waxing every 2 weeks... just because I can.
since zaino is itslef a polish (as is show car glaze), I disagree with the first part of your statement. to my fingers, z5 is indeed very slick by itself but it was made even slicker by applying the z6. yes, I do feel that it will still be slicker than 7+medallion+FI but I just feel that the difference is minimized when comparing z5+z6 to medallion+FI.Intermezzo said:When you say that the slickness comparison isn't fair, you are right, it's not fair. You did more paint prep when using the Medallion (Meg #7). Furthermore, using Z-6 right after applying a coat of Z isn't going to increase slickness. With or without Z-6, a fresh coat of Zaino is by far the slickest product I've ever used. However, Z-6 will do a great job of rejuvenating slickness on a coat that's 4-5 months old.
We are on the exact same wavelength. You try Zaino -- I'll try Klasse and we will compare notes!31st330i said:my goal is to get the best, longest lasting results with as little time and money spent as possible. in the long run, zaino may indeed fill this requirement the best
Don't mean to split hairs, but a polish in the strictest sense is anything that shines up your paint. It's just a matter of semantics. You can't really compare Zaino Show Car Polish to Meguiar's #7 or anything similar to that. Although they both serve to shine up your paint, they play completely different roles in your paint's detailing regimen. Perhaps Z-6 did in fact increase slickness to a freshly applied coat of Zaino on my car.....but I couldn't tell. Anyway, not a big deal. Slickness, as long as it's there, is probably one of the less important elements in deciding how good a protectant is.31st330i said:since zaino is itslef a polish (as is show car glaze), I disagree with the first part of your statement. to my fingers, z5 is indeed very slick by itself but it was made even slicker by applying the z6. yes, I do feel that it will still be slicker than 7+medallion+FI but I just feel that the difference is minimized when comparing z5+z6 to medallion+FI.