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I use a mix of products, but for main paint...Zaino for me. Remember the MOST important thing is prep...remove scratches, clay, polish, wash....then you need to decide between carnubas (beautiful, don't last long) and Polymers (Like Zaino)...which lat the longest.

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I love Zaino waxes. Z2 and Z5. Plus, Sal Zaino has good customer service. His leather care product is very good too.

I really like RejeX wax too for leading edges (dead bug guts come right off front bumper and side mirrors) and wheels. Great on the entire car too.

Menzerna has some great polishing products for the PC.

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I went with Zaino on y AMG after a buddy if mine had been using it on his vette for a number of years. If you follow the directions-it works great-

start with a clean car-dawn the heck out of it to get any old wax off-clay bar, base and finish polish.

I have a fleck black paint on my wifes Journey and it turned out beautiful (dealer used it at the car show!) with Zaino.

Takes me a fll day on a new car to start the process and get it right-and once every 4-6 mos I hit the cars again with a Z2 after a god washing (the Zaino soap is great too-I cant find another that rinses so well!)

Leather cleaner worked great for me (have not had to try the repair yet)

Glass polish is amazing-you'll see how many sand specks there are in your glass when your done (that could be a bad thing if you tailgate like me ;) )

Enjoy!

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Zaino for me. I have used the leather cleaner and conditioner(leather in a bottle) The Z2 and Z5 and Z6. They have scratchless towels that are great. I did the Mothers clay bar treatment (very good product) and then the Zaino swirl remover and than polish and then grand finale spray. Car looks amazing.

I'll post some pics of the final result. Oh yeah I love the Rejex too! Great for the wheels and really all surfaces.

:cheers:

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One of the easiest to use and great results on dark metallic colors is Klasse All in One.

It is also a polymer - so it lasts a long time.

I use on the bmw, benz and the porsche and the 11 yr old benz shines like new.

Actually Klasse AIO is not a polymer, but an acrylic formula see here.

It is an excellent product I agree. I used it for a base before putting three coats of Z2-Pro on top.

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