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Old 02-12-2007, 10:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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need help in cleaning

hey guys , well my brtoher gave me a new bottle of zymol cleaner wax.. now i am like cleaner wax??hmmmmm... on my step 1 to 5 how should i go by applying zymol cleaner wax?


1. wash.
2. wax cleaner
3.polish
4.sealer/glaze
5.wax
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Old 02-14-2007, 07:40 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I've not used the Zymol Cleaner/Wax, but it's similar to other 1 step products.

Your steps will probably be along the lines of:

1. Wash + clay bar (if necessary)
2. Polish/swirl removal
3. Cleaner wax

That should do it.

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personally I'd go with 3m products. Zymol's great dont get me wrong but for the price I like to go a lil' more professional
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Make sure whatever you use can be applied before the sealant. Many products will cause bonding problems with sealants.
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