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Old 04-14-2004, 11:48 AM   #11
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http://www.griotsgarage.com/catalog.jsp?&SKU=11131


expensive, but look what you get. no matter what car i've used it on, it make it look 100% better. its the best I've used
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Those 'pro ones' are just put together and sold as a kit, and that'* why the have amazing results. the Zaino setup is just all the individual detailing products in one kit IMO.

Gold Class > Me, which is why it goes on my car You've all seen the pix.
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im sticking with the meguiars gold class as well
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Meguiars gold class all the way for me too, i usually apply it once a month, although i have heard great things about liquid glass, but I can't come across any non-internet stores that sell it!
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Meguires Gold Class gets my vote (see picture below)
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well i dont know about you ken, but it sounds like im gunna have to try this meguires wax. Ive used other products from them and been really satisfied so i might as well try the wax.
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Just so'* ya know, I used their cheaper Cleaner Wax last year, and it was still nice.
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if you're thinking about going with the gold class wax and you're not sure about your paint'* finish, i'd really suggest using either a claybar or a regular paint cleaner product first. the gold class wax isn't a cleaner wax, all it does it apply a layer for beading protection. So basically you could be putting wax over all sorts of contaminants on your car.......

one test for seeing if a clay bar would be useful for you is to put a plastic sandwich baggy on your hand and gently rub your paints surface. if you feel any imperfections or it doesn't slide just right........CLAY BAR.......you'll be so suprise of the contaminants you will get off your paint.


so all in all, gold class sounds like a great wax (and i've used it on my buddy'* Lincoln LS (that we clayed first), but i would strongly suggest some sort of cleaner product for the first step
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Oh yeah definetly
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