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Old 07-08-2013, 12:13 AM   #57
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It's when I see black looking like that, I almost regret getting rid of my black Camaro. But the power difference is worth it. LOL Besides, you don't dare touch black or it scratches!
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Old 07-08-2013, 05:08 AM   #58
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dragon22...so for the Kinetic Blue on the HWSE, would you recommend using the Zaino or the Adam's products? Also I have used Zymol in the past and had great results. Zymol is more expensive then the Zaino, but I have no problem saving money if it means I will get the same results!

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Old 07-08-2013, 06:26 AM   #59
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It's when I see black looking like that, I almost regret getting rid of my black Camaro. But the power difference is worth it. LOL Besides, you don't dare touch black or it scratches!
Nothing nicer then a Black car with a fresh coat of wax, but a bit*h when it comes to show scratches and swirl marks.

Here is a recent picture of mine freshly done with Zaino. No digital enhancements to the photo on an overcast day. Before I went to the show the car got......

1) one coat of Z-AIO All-In-One as a base coat rather then using the ZFX Flash Cure Accelerator Additive
2) one coat of Z-2 PRO
3) one coat of Z-5 PRO

Got caught in some drizzle on the way to the show and rained on over night, so at the show it got the once over with Z-6 Ultra Clean Gloss Enhancer Spray.

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Old 07-08-2013, 06:35 AM   #60
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dragon22...so for the Kinetic Blue on the HWSE, would you recommend using the Zaino or the Adam's products? Also I have used Zymol in the past and had great results. Zymol is more expensive then the Zaino, but I have no problem saving money if it means I will get the same results!

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Zaino works well on dark colored cars but I'll let Tom chime in cause he has worked with both products.
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Old 07-08-2013, 12:40 PM   #61
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Honestly, zaino is extremely easy to work with and gives amazing results! On the darker colors...black, blues, orange, reds...Zaino gives you an amazing shine. Any way you look at it, a person is in for a lot of work. If you're anal about getting swirls and scratches out, even more work is involved. I hate suggesting a person try something else if they're getting the results they like with the products they use. Machine polish, or not to machine polish. THAT is the question. Honestly, if you're happy with what you're using, I would stick with it. People tell me all the time...I have a mechanic I use regularly, but who would you recommend? I tell them to stick with him if they trust him. :-)
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