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    Quote Originally Posted by BMW335i
    Sorry if this has been convered by sifting through 13 pages would be very long.



    If the ZAIO an abrasive polish? Hand and machine applicable?
    From the Zaino website before that page was made unavailable:



    How does Z-AIO compare to Z-PC?

    Z-AIO is a less abrasive product that does contain any protectant. For minor oxidation and surface debris cleansing, Z-AIO can handle it. If it`s necessary to work a little deeper to resolve more serious surface imperfections, Z-PC should be used. Use of Z-PC requires follow up with another protectant like Z-2 or Z-5 PRO, or even Z-CS Clear Seal, while Z-AIO does not.



    From my readings here and elsewhere it can be hand and machine applied. In my opinion, the ZAIO and ZCS are tremendously good fit into the existing product line. These two address the common complaints against the current product line. The chief one for me is compatibility with other products. It`s been strictly an all or nothing proposition before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergei
    From the Zaino website before it was shutdown:



    How does Z-AIO compare to Z-PC?

    Z-AIO is a less abrasive product that does contain any protectant. For minor oxidation and surface debris cleansing, Z-AIO can handle it. If it`s necessary to work a little deeper to resolve more serious surface imperfections, Z-PC should be used. Use of Z-PC requires follow up with another protectant like Z-2 or Z-5 PRO, or even Z-CS Clear Seal, while Z-AIO does not.



    From my readings here and elsewhere it can be hand and machine applied. In my opinion, the ZAIO and ZCS are tremendously good fit into the existing product line. These two address the common complaints against the current product line. The chief one for me is compatibility with other products. It`s been strictly an all or nothing proposition before.


    Wow, its just what I want in a polish..Hopefully it can remove minor swirls. Now the real question is when I can buy!

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    Slightly off topic... is this a record? 13 pages in less than 24 hours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMW335i
    Wow, its just what I want in a polish..Hopefully it can remove minor swirls. Now the real question is when I can buy!


    When testing this product, I used it via a polishing pad and pc @ 6 and it was able to tackle light marring on the neighbors car.



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    All I`ve heard of from this thread is Zaino is coming out with a Clear Wipe Sealant and AIO product... sigh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottwax
    Supercharged Z06, 650 hp. $100,000 or so according to Road & Track...which in the same issue tests the Bugatti Veyron, which rips off a 10.2 @ 142 mph 1/4 mile!


    aka the Corvette SS, which was first known as the blue devil as in something to beat the Ford GT.



    Not sure I like the Corvette SS name, as usual leave it to marketing to screw things up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ZaneO
    That quote came from an unpublished web page.



    If you don`t like Zaino, don`t like Zaino`s ad copy, don`t like Zaino users, etc., it`s no sweat to anyone. Just move along, and don`t worry about it.







    wrong...sorry I dared to question the diety of Zaino..but don`t make false statements like that. There may be other products that I don`t worship. Does that mean I hate everything about it , plus the people who use it?? Why get immature about it?

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    Personally, I think this is some pretty cool news.



    I have been wanting to try out a Z LSP so something that is supposed to have comparable looks to the rest of the Z line only easier to apply might just be what it takes to get me to try some. Ive never used any Z sealants before, the only Zaino product Ive used was Z16 which I found to be mediocre (though I am very picky about tire dressings). The only product that has really ever blown me away was OHC, simply because it cut like crazy but left a surface with little to no micro-marring.



    As for the Z-AIO, I have never understood the AIO hype. To me AIO`ing is kind of half-assing things. If I have light marring, I use OP; if I need to clean a surface, I use Prepsol. IMO, I don`t see where an AIO product is really needed unless your being lazy.



    I will probably wait a while and see what my Autopian brethren are saying about it before I go out and buy some, though if it seems decent enough I will definitely order some.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverLexus
    Clearly a hard sell company with no credibility. At least Zaino has an established track record.


    I agree with you.



    However, they are really trying to leverage the airline inducstry quals they have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ret
    So I’m reading along trying to find some value in this thread, I’m sure others are as wellâ€.it’s a struggle cutting through the hype.



    Would the active posters in this thread who have actually tried Z-CS or Z-AIO please raise their hands.



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    I dont` know, but for me the removal of the final layer of LSP is a very satisfying moment. Characteristic, sensual - especially when working with pure, hand applied carnaubas. Taking this step out of the process makes it a bit soulless. I`d rather eliminated the polishing residue & oils...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bence
    I dont` know, but for me the removal of the final layer of LSP is a very satisfying moment. Characteristic, sensual - especially when working with pure, hand applied carnaubas. Taking this step out of the process makes it a bit soulless. I`d rather eliminated the polishing residue & oils...


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    I personally love the polishing and Prepping. Bringing out the natural brillance is my cup-of tea.

    LSP application is just to protect all the hard prep work for future viewing.



    After "my" prepping the final look is 99% present. :wavey

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    Quote Originally Posted by blkZ28Conv
    I personally love the polishing and Prepping. Bringing out the natural brillance is my cup-of tea.

    LSP application is just to protect all the hard prep work for future viewing.



    After "my" prepping the final look is 99% present. :wavey


    Well said. The trick is having a solid LSP that preserves the prep work.

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    Just so there will be not bickering most LSP will accomplish this goal of protection. There are many personal choices on what the item should be and how it appears to you - the ultimate judge.



    Get the prep right and any LSP will look great and protect well.



    Thanks Mgm. :wavey

 

 
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