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Re: Detailing Questions... (archive)

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Posted by jvr on March 10, 1999 at 19:07:46:

In Reply to: Re: Detailing Questions... posted by Raymond on March 10, 1999 at 13:17:16:

You're absolutely right about the HD Cleanse. It's a *very* important step with Zymol.

So, you alternate waxes without needing to redo the cleanse step? Good deal!

: I got the Sampler I Kit which contains their Destiny, Atlantique and Vintage waxes. I usually alternate or rotate between all three.

: I've used these waxes on my two Conistion Green Land Rovers, my Portifino Red Land Rover, my Titanium Silver 528i and now my Blue M3 (I've since sold two of the Rovers). The darker the car, the better the outcome. However, I can't stress enough the need to use their HD Cleanse Pre Wax. You only need to use that about twice a year but the first time will shock you. The paint will look richer and feel like silk. I'm not kidding.

: : Which Estate wax do you prefer? What color is your car?

: : I've been using Carbon on my Boston Green 328is and love the results. People always comment on the condition of my finish. Easy to apply and remove too. But, if the Estate waxes are even better I'm willing to give them a try.

: : How often do you need to reapply them to keep the shine and protection?

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