So how labor intense is it? I've read the Zaino website and I didn't think it was that difficult. Do you layer the wax? The more coats the better the shine? Did you use the accelerator in the wax? Is it necessary or does using it quicken the hardening of the wax? Also do you use just a very small amount like dime size and if so how far does that go? OK, I'll stop asking questions now if that's alright?
It takes about 4 hours to do it.I don`t use the accellerator,so you are doing suff in the middle of waiting anyway.After the polish lock layer on the next step wile still wet.let both coats to dry.Buff off.Repeat second step until no swirls.Put on polish.
The 3 bottle kit will last 4 Denalis,probably 5-6 SRT-10`s.Use maybe a quarter size per a couple of panels.
Whoa! I have a Denali and a bottle of Zaino will last much longer than 4 applications. The key to Zaino is not using a lot of it. You do not need a lot to get the fine results you are looking for. The key to Zaino is the number of coats you put on following the Z1 in order of Z5, Z2, Z5, Z2, Z5, Z2, etc... with Z6 between the coats when you feel necessary.
Actually you use Z-1 and put on Z-5 while still wet then buff off.Put on Z-5 again and buff off until the swirls are gone.Once the finish is like you want it,finish with Z-2.In a few days if you want to put more layers of Z-2 on ,just put it on top of what you have already done.No need to start over with Z-1.
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