2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V Appearance Mods Discussion, What polish-wax are you using? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Originally Posted by CoOlSlY
Just wondering, do you have to use 2-3 different products when waxing? I'm looking for something ...
Just wondering, do you have to use 2-3 different products when waxing? I'm looking for something that you just have one process. I know there will be a trade off but i'm ok with that. Is Zaino a "one step" product? Thanx
One of the reasons I use Zaino is because of the ease of application and removal.
If you are starting with a pretty clean vehicle, Zaino is as easy as it gets.
You may want to strip all the wax the first time (just use Dawn Dish Washing Detergent) it will take all wax off. Then if you are compulsive and obsessive like most of us, you can clay bar the surface. The wipe on mixed Zaino, let dry to a haze and take off with a big cotton towel...no dust to worry about...works great. From then on just wash with a vehicle wash product and apply Zaino, let it dry and you are done...Zaino can go on in the sun too. That is one of the reasons I changed from Griot's wax...it was super, but too much dust in buffing and no direct sun application.
I used to own two black hobby vehicles...I know easy from hard when it comes to polishing and waxing.
That looks like some serious power on the back of that boat. Why is it that the outside engines have shorter lower units? I can see that they extend below the hull about the same as the center engines, but does that change the turning characteristics?
The side motors are higher because the outer part of the hull is higher then the center of the hull