I knew there was something funny about those photos :gr_jest:I'm not sure if I like those results...kinda makes the car look PURPLE
Did you use an entire bottle of Z2 on each car???? How many coats? You should have gotten 6-7 coats at least on the GTO from one bottle. If not, you used waaaaayyyyyy to much. I can get 4 coats each on my GTO and Jetta from one bottle of Z2.iroc_zo6 said:you guys arent kidding, I bought 2 of the total kits ($240+ ) so i could Do the vette and my car, and have some left over. Just for a test I did my R/C boat, and holy crap! This stuff rocks!
Very good tip. I forgot about that one.RobertHammen said:My rule of thumb is all 3 coats from one 2 oz bottle of Z-2 or Z-5 mixed with the ZFX. If you're using more than that, you're putting it on too thick. Here's a tip, spray some Z-6 on your applicator pad first before applying the Z-2/ZFX or Z-5/ZFX... keeps the pad from absorbing all of the good stuff...
no i figured 1 bottle for both cars, 1/2 bottle each for starters.Baaa said:Did you use an entire bottle of Z2 on each car???? How many coats? You should have gotten 6-7 coats at least on the GTO from one bottle. If not, you used waaaaayyyyyy to much. I can get 4 coats each on my GTO and Jetta from one bottle of Z2.
MOst of that grit you are refferring to is known as rail dust. Its the metallic dust that comes from brake pads and railroad transports that attaches to the paint and embeds itself and corrodes. Cant always see it but you can damn sure feel it and over time as the corrosion expands you can see it and it ruins damages the paint. Claying once a year is a very good practice.lionsden said:This is my first time using Zaino and I'm A TRUE BELIEVER now! I must say WOW!! I have used about 10 or more different brands of waxes, polishes, etc and this just blows all of them away. I will probably never use anything else ever again. This stuff is simple to use, no problems whatsoever, looks great and lasts long depending on coats.
I also never thought ClayBar would really benefit either 1st time using that as well but I couldnt believe the grit I pulled off of the GTO especially on the trunk, spolier, rear bumper, & front bumper. All I gotta say is you have to do it, otherwise you'll never know whats really on your paint job.
So use Zaino I highly recommend it!