View Full Version : Got my Zaino.

08-20-2005, 10:48 AM
Hey peeps. First i just wanna say that....If you want Zaino go to their website and order you up some! You can get it there or through the mail from them www.zainobros.com Well I got the show car kit for $93 with shipping. It has EVERYTHING! I highly suggest it just from reading the testimonials and seeing pics of cars. This stuff seem quite amazing. Either way. I'll post here as soon as i do the5-step process, which will be Monday. I'll try to throw up some pics as well. here's the actual URLzaino store site: (http://www.zainostore.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc)
Check it out and check here Tuesday for my review.
Matt McGuyer

08-20-2005, 11:57 AM
That's great Matt...I buy mine from Steve, a Zaino Rep, who actually supports this club through raffle donations.

Too bad Sal doesn't do it.

I recommend future purchases from Steve as he donates to our cause which helps pay for the very bulletin board you are using. :thumbsup:

Look for more information on Carolina Shine to be up on our website soon. If you want to contact him direct, you can e-mail him at cashine@juno.com

08-20-2005, 08:51 PM
Hey thanks Tony. I'll go through him on my next batch of Zaino!:-)

08-23-2005, 07:10 PM
Well, I finally used the Zaino and WOW!!!!!!
I did the Clay Bar(Z18) the car wash(Z7)the Swirl Remover(Z5) with ZFX and the polish(Z2) with ZFX added. I also did the Z6 spray between each coat. I only did one coat of each polish. The clay bar took awhile and darkness started to set in so I only got one coat of each. So you all know, I've used Meguier's and Mothers and everything else under the sun. Meguier's has been my main-stay for over 11 years(My dad has used it for as long as I can remember)

If you've read my "Paint Problem" topic you know I had trillions of little spots that even a fingernail could barley get off. Some folks suggested different things, even wet-sanding and a buff job. Well, The clay bar took every little imperfection off. My paint is smoother than brand new. This stuff literally makes you wonder how in the world it works so good, every time another area of paint is clayed to perfection. Even a new car would benefit greatly from the clay bar. Moving the clay bar around at first sounded all the little imperfections, then moved silent as each spot was taken off. My paint is now like glass. Everything else went on easy, and got easier after one coat of polish. This is the most amazing polish I've ever seen/used. My car, though white, is like a mirror and is every bit as wet-looking as a black car. Its SO shiny that even in the dark with no streetlights, it looks black. Even when another car goes by. I can;t imagine what my snake will look like after a few more coats!
All in all, if you're not using Zaino, you're truly missing out. I'll never use another thing on my car. This did my paint so much justice, I feel its just as important as a new engine mod.

I can't post pics of the car, unfortunately. If someone knows of a way to get pics up here, I'll gladly post for you to see.

RF Cobra
08-23-2005, 09:09 PM

You can email them to me if you want and I will put them up. Glad the Zaino took care of all the problems you had.


PS - That's another reason to join. ;)

08-23-2005, 11:58 PM
go to www.photobucket.com (http://www.photobucket.com) and make yourself a free account. You can post pictures there, and then post the url here:thumbsup:

09-06-2005, 05:27 PM
I just got through with cleaning my wife's Ford Escape. Wow! I know the Zaino's has done wonders with my Cobra, but damn the Escape looks great. I washed with Dawn, clay barred, washed with Zaino's car wash, gloss enhanced, polished, gloss enhanced, polished, gloss enhanced. All done with Zaino's, except for the Dawn. Wow, the truck looks better than when I bought it. I really feel sorry for those who do not use Zaino's products.

09-12-2005, 07:22 PM
I know. I took the Snake over to my Dad's house to show him the Zaino difference and he said he didn't think a white car would show much improvement. He walked around it, dropped his jaw and said."I mean....MAN that thing is so much whiter than before, and damn it shines like glass!!" What great stuff. Even my old man(who swears by Meguier's...he use to detail cars in the 50's for school money)wants some.
P.S....eventually when I have time I'll get some pics up :thumbsup: