2-7 and still a fan!
Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: In a place that has become a ghost town...
I agree with your comments Nick, it is not good to use ANY degreaser on your car and not come back and wax it to protect the finish. It will not harm the paint but it will strip away any protectant (wax). Your cars finish is what protects the metal from corrosion, paint is just that, a layer of paint that protects the metal. Wax extends the life of your paint (protectant), especially if your car sits outside for long periods of time. Zaino only reccomends that you strip the old wax from your car using Dawn or any other dishwashing liquid so that when you apply Zaino you start with a wax free surface, you only have to do this one time. Hot water also strips ANY wax from your car (I know I have tried this on MADMEX's Roush and HOT water striiped away his Zaino, warm water is OK, but HOT is a no-no.) Also ANY type of cotton towel is going to leave fine scratches, in reality ANY type of chamois or synthetic type towel is going to leave fine scratches, thats just the way it is. Anytime we paint something as soon as we wash and wipe there are micro scratches, Meguires #7 or Zaino#5 will hide these micro scratches after a good wax job...'Henry
I fuck, have sex, make love. If I break out the heels and leather...then a fucking it is.
Cupping the bawls always helps with the sensation, Good rule of thumb is to tell the gal to rub the balls any chance/angle she gets.