I go over the whole car twice every time I wax it, just to make sure I didn't miss anything. No point in doin it any more than that.Originally posted by SilverX@Jul 20 2004, 11:05 PM
Alpman, how many coats of wax did you use? Some guy at Newtiburon did 9 coats! He took some pics and it was simply amazing and yet funny.
Crix, I have been into detailing cars since I can remember. There is a lot of hype around certain products but myself and everyone I know that cares about their car swears by www.zainobros.com products. The "WAX" i use is synthetic rather than carnuba based and this makes it UV protective, amazingly more durable and the shine is uncomparable to any product you can get in a store. Take a look at the pics on that site and you will see what I mean. Also, the product (z-2 is its name) is 99.9% optically perfect, meaning it only enhances shine with every added layer and you can add as many layers as you like. I dont get any commision off this stuff so this is an honest review, i swear. The claybar is also availible through their site, works wonders on the front bumper where bugs can build up.......i used it yesterday and the paint was so smooth that I could not rest the spritzer bottle on it, it just slid right off. Let me know if you need any details or help. -TOriginally posted by crix@Jul 21 2004, 10:16 AM
Hey TCrazy, how'd the wax bar work out for you? Is this your first experience with detailing a car and using the wax bar? I think we read the same website on car cleaning. I think it was the Autopia.exe actually.
hmmmmm sounds fun! I wonder if there is enough demand though, that would be a lot of work on my part with pics etc. haha. - tOriginally posted by Zygote55@Jul 21 2004, 04:42 PM
TCrazy, you should start a nice HOWTO thread about this.... I know a ton of people would appreciate it.