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Old 11-25-2005, 01:08 AM   #1
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Should I?
http://www.zaino.ca/kit2.html
Not right away, but eventually..
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That stuff is the cats ***, thats all my bonnie ever sees the more you put on the better i have about 100 coats on my car highly recommend!!!
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yes you should
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I don't think there is anything better on the market today but can you save some money over buying the full kit by purchasing only what you need to start with?
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I priced it out, buying individuals of what i need, i was looking at 150, so for 15 more dollars, im getting a few other things.
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when you do get the zaino make sure you strip your car of all its precious wax using dish soap, clay bar it and make sure there are absouluty no water spots or theyl stay for good, it well worth the kit,
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Zaino is some of the best stuff I've seen. Just realize that it does take a while to finish the process. So if you don't have patience and time to do it properly, I wouldn't suggest it.
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Zaino is the best car finish protection I have ever used. Lasts a long time and it looks great. I have been taking care of my cars since 1965 and I find Zaino to be easy to use and is better than advertised.

This is a picture of my hood taken inside my garage about 07:30 in the morning after applying a coat of Z2.


Here is a shot of the hood with a coat of Z5 after a long winter earlier this year.


Too bad you do not live close by. You could come on over and try it out before you spend the cash. You will not be disappointed.
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Old 11-27-2005, 06:49 PM   #9
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your pictures are enough proof for me. I think i will be making an order in the near future!
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Default Clay bar before Z5/Z2?

Also interested in Zaino products. Should I clay bar it before anything else? ie...Swirl and scratch remover (Z5)?

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when you do get the zaino make sure you strip your car of all its precious wax using dish soap, clay bar it and make sure there are absouluty no water spots or theyl stay for good, it well worth the kit,
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