Best Car Wax

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  1. 71ss/rs

    71ss/rs New Member

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    Same here..with over 25 years in the a/b business I have used every product out there! None compares to zaino for your base & Then I use Adams for everything else ! Here's some video of a challenger I did a few weeks ago..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJHqHOzRXi4
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQruEIZi25w
     
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    I have used Liquid Glass on my Camaro for almost 40 years. It still has most of the original paint.

    This last time I used Mothers clay treatment to remove all the crap from the fine cracks in the paint, and then went over it with Liquid Glass!

    (When you use this stuff make SURE your car is CLEAN)
     
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    Well I use NuFinsh The Once a Year car Polish I use this on my girl 06 chevy Impala also on my 89 Mercury it has no wax it won't scratch your clear coat finish you can use it on fiberglass boats ,RV and Motorcycles it can also polishes chrome it work like wax it remove rub marks and other and you do not have to Buff or rub to get it on
     
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    I recommend this for those that don't like to detail their vehicles. This stuff DOES last.

    I would usually use a scratch hider/dye polish to fill in scratches and stuff, then go over with Nu Finish and then sometimes I'd hit it up with a clear coat polish and the buffer. I could make a black paint job look like glass in a few hours...

    They do have Zaino distributors...like Amsoil....you have to sorta buy into it a bit.
     
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    Are they still around? I really liked their wax on my GN it always worked great on black.
     
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    Looking for Wax Shop stuff too.
    Any one know what happend to them?
     
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    Collinite 845

    Best wax/sealer ever created

    Clean the car. Maybe clay bar it if it’s nasty. Put on a thin coat of collinite 845. Let it dry for a couple of minutes. Very easy. No residue. You can use it on windows too. Ridiculous shine that lasts literally for months.
    Beads water that long as well.
     
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    Completely agree.I have cabinets full of "newest, latest, greatest poly razz-mataz waxes, sealants, polishes and glazes. Keep going back to Insulator 845. Just got my truck out of mothballs from years of uncovered storage, used a spray detailer on it and looks great. Painted almost 20 years ago. I put it on with an orbital and wipe it off.
     
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    I like Collinite 845 also. It is a good wax with the durability of a sealant.
     
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    Matt Moreman of Obsessed Garage,tip is to apply a base layer of Jescar PowerLock+ followed by a top coat of Collinite 845 Insulator Wax. Expect 6 to 8 months of real world durability plus the depth and gloss of a carnauba wax.
     
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