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Zaino locally?

I cant find anywhere locally to buy Zaino...might not be anyone around. Im just looking for Z9/Z10, their leather cleaner/conditioner. Stuff is supposed to smell amazing and work great. I just dont want to spend $10 for shipping on $20 of products.

Anyone know where to buy it locally?

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I cant find anywhere locally to buy Zaino...might not be anyone around. Im just looking for Z9/Z10, their leather cleaner/conditioner. Stuff is supposed to smell amazing and work great. I just dont want to spend $10 for shipping on $20 of products.

Anyone know where to buy it locally?
http://www.linexfortworthtexas.com/ They are a Zaino dealer in west fort worth

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thanks... I will have to give them a call. Hope their prices are similar as online.

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Nick can suggest better products. I used to use zaino, but Nick successfully converted me
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There are many great products out there but as for the leather conditioner, Z10 tops all of the ones I have tried and I've tried 17 different leather conditioners and cleaners. I bought a jug of the Z10 so I wouldnt have to keep buying it lol

I am up for trying anything new though if you have any suggestions

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There used to be a dealer in Lewisville, you can go online at Zaino and find out. Their leather cleaner is the best, actually on my personal cars and high end cars I use Zaino only. After being a Meguires user for over 15 years I was converted over to Zaino products only and I have used everything on planet Earth. Nothing comes close for the price and ease. I like to call it the lazy mans wax, once a year and your good.


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Nick can suggest better products. I used to use zaino, but Nick successfully converted me
Nick said the Meguiars conditioner is good, but the cleaner is lacking. I have read way to many reviews on Z10 to not try it. Everyone says it smells GREAT and it lasts a long time.

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Sal from Zaino just emailed me back and said there are no local distributors

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Sal from Zaino just emailed me back and said there are no local distributors
Yeah he's a pretty cool cat, anywho, just order it online it gets to you pretty fast. I'm about to place an order myself I need to re-stock the detail locker...
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BTW orders placed by 3:00pm leave that day. It comes UPS, it's also good to order several items since shipping is the same for 1 or a few items. And you get a free applicator with any order over $25.00 smacks!
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I love my Zaino,,,I have a friend who used to be a Zaino dealer and he changed to Tropicare products. Now he's pissed that I wont switch to his new product.





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