fatgoat04 said:Anybody strongly feel one way or another about which type of wax to put on the GTO?
:agreeGroucho said:I like the Meguiars NXT synthetic. Easy to apply, looks great, lasts a long time.
Man, I swear check out Zaino, once you have seen your car polished with Zaino, you will never put anything else on it. Check it out on the web, for pic. Its the best hands down.westell said:hands down, Zaino products.
Used Mequiars unti I tried Zaino, and I'm anal about polish
I do too...people think I'm nuts, but around the mirrors and rims, it's a must!!Costanza said:I use my black & decker 125mph electric yard blower to dry my cars. This leaves no left over water to drip from the mirrors, trunk, etc...
ZAINO!!! Especially if you have a black car. My SS is Black as can be and man does it shine after a new coat of Zaino.radandy said:I do too...people think I'm nuts, but around the mirrors and rims, it's a must!!
<--also a Zaino Bros user, get about 4-5 coats on there, refracts the light AWESOME!!
You Zaino people are crazy like the name . I think the wax gets into your brain. My friend uses it on his MR-2 religiously. Looks great if you like that Gran Tursimo 4 look.84racebird said:Go with Zaino! I started using it on my Firehawk a few years ago and became a believer. The stuff works great and its easy to maintain. I just did the GTO this past weekend. I spent about 5 or 6 hours on it, but that included the initial wash with Dawn dish washing soap, clay bar, was again with Zaino soap (Z7), drying and using the air compressor around the lights and trim, then Z1 and Z2. The surface of the car is like a piece of glass. I plan on adding a couple more coats of Z2 and then a coat or two of Z5. I even did my girlfriends new CRV. She said it looked better than the day she picked it up at the dealer.