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Excellent appearance products for the G6!

Try Zaino products, they are only offered through mail order but from first hand use, I can say they are VASTLY superior to all others! www.zainobros.com
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I am gonna try it sine I have the darker color car now I still love my meguiars tho
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Zaino ... got to love it!!

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I agree... There is no equal.
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post #5 of 37 (permalink) Old 11-28-2004, 04:41 AM
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From what I heard from you guy's that Zaino the way to go. I will try it when I get the G6 So I guess I should order it now. I guess I'll give my meguirs to my sis-inlaw boyfriend. he seem worthy enough for it.
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Liquid Glass?

Anyone ever hear of liquid Glass polish and wax?......a guy who has a nice black vette told me that what he uses, but I cant find it anywhere
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I have heard of Liquid Glass, and was recommended it for black cars, but I, also have never had any luck finding it, online or offline.
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All the local auto stores around me sell Liquid Glass. It is pretty amazing stuff. After a few waxes it builds up a protective glass-like layer over the paint. It costs around $18 a can.

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I have been to 2 auto parts stores and Meijer/Walmart, and I can't find a claybar system anywhere. Is there a reason why I can't buy this at a store!?!? Guess I'll have to order online.
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^Belle Tire sells clay bar packages. It's more than like a Murrey's or something, but they have it at least
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Try Zaino products, they are only offered through mail order but from first hand use, I can say they are VASTLY superior to all others! www.zainobros.com
LOL very cocky and very stupid. Unless youve used every wax on the market you have no room to add that last part in there.

Zaino is good but not vastly superior to all others. Not by far, vastly overpriced maybe.
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LOL very cocky and very stupid. Unless youve used every wax on the market you have no room to add that last part in there.

Zaino is good but not vastly superior to all others. Not by far, vastly overpriced maybe.
Very true, Zaino sucked when I used it on my previous car. I had to buff the crap out of it to remove it, took forever. It's only meguires NXT for me!!!
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This particular thread has intrigued me & I will do some research based on y'alls recommendations. I'm liking what I hear about the Liquid Glass product (since I have a black car & all). Meguire's has always been my cup of tea...

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yea i have to say the same about Mequire's ive been using it for 10 years its the best. I use black majic inside my car, and it does good.
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Use NXT wax. It's by far the BEST wax I've ever used. Best shine, best last, best all.
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