Originally Posted by slow99
I don't know if he'll do one again after the reaction he had from doing mine, but he's worth a shot.
Sounds like someone didn't read the instructions correctly, Zaino has to be applied exactly
like the instructions read. If Stephen doesn't want your Zaino, I'll come and get it and buy you a beer or or 10 too
I've been in the Aviation & Auto refinish business for 20+ years and I've never ever used a wax (type) product like Zaino, the only thing that came close was Meguires #7, that shit was armoral for paint, real oily, but would wash off at the first car wash or rain.
Zaino is the same except it won't wash off, hell I can't get it off of cars that have multiple coats with my commercial Wax & Grease remover (PPG DX330) I have to use dawn liquid detergent or very, very hot water.
I had re-occurring spots on my rear bumper cover on my Cobra (black), everytime I left the carwash I could see water streaks, this was with lot's of Meguires Gold Class, I would have to buff it out and then re-apply the MGC, I could still see them
At Autorama, it finally pissed me off, Steve Pastor was pimpin Zaino back then (2000) and he was always hounding me to try it, I finally did and I threw away any and all Mequires and most of my 3-M products. I will not use anything else ever again, even when I hear that NSX, Tropicare, blah, blah etc. is better, I'll stick to what works and lasts, Zaino is a once a year every or everyother year for garaged cars, but multiple coats of Zaino gives me great results, hell don't take my word for it ask Rob, but I'm sure you already know...'H'
GODDAMMIT Sal Zaino needs to give me some airtime!