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  1. JakeZ34
    02-27-2010 01:28 AM - permalink
    hmmmm application of sealant with porter cable is good but not with a zaino....zaino is highly concentrated, in my opinion I'd say do it by hand. porter cable should be more used for polishing and glazing. Occasionally I use the porter cable to apply other sealants such as duragloss 105 and jetseal. But again the Z2 is very very concentrated so VERY little goes a very long way with hand application. I've never personally tried it so I would say don't do it, hand application is enough. Plus it won't take long trust me.
  2. feelzpwr91
    02-27-2010 01:01 AM - permalink
    and jake i plan on doing the zaino with a portercable is that alright you think? (sorry for the noob questions)
  3. JakeZ34
    02-27-2010 12:02 AM - permalink
    heheh chemical crack me up. It's chemical guys! but anyways, propolish is good but it'll only get some minor scratches out. The deep stuff needs to be polish out with other more intense polishes. But seriously time to get your zaino on and see how it turns out. Since you have a black car it should turn out well.
  4. feelzpwr91
    02-26-2010 02:52 PM - permalink
    hey jake, how are you, just got some chemical brothers pro polish and mirror glaze! (havent done zaino treatment yet btw)
  5. feelzpwr91
    02-18-2010 12:21 AM - permalink
    thanks jake, awesome DIY on that btw, you should post it! it was so helpful, ill be posting pics of my car in next week when im back home, if you want you can post my pics (since my cars black) in the thread that you SHOULD create on detailing thanks man!
  6. feelzpwr91
    01-31-2010 06:03 PM - permalink
    Hey Jake got the zaino exterior kit, you said ask of I need help, well I'm askin haha, maybe you could pm me a good how to guide
  7. JakeZ34
    01-29-2010 12:12 AM - permalink
    The best interior cleaner that I used for interior leather seat is Lexol leather cleaner, it's pH balanced and to clean it I'd use a leather brush, I spray the cleaner on nice and thick, brush it until it turns into a thick foam, and wipe it dry with a towel, and then to protect it I use chemical guy's leather protectant or 303 Aerospace protectant, it leaves a nice dry feeling and not the oily greasy feeling that could ruin your clothes. And to do carpet cleaning I use Chemical Guy's Lightning Fast Stain Extractor on carpets now if they're heavily soiled I'd use Fabric Clean, same from Chemical Guys. And to clean dash boards I use Chemical Guy's Synthetic Detailer, it's going to leave your surface negatively charged so no lint or dirt can cling on to your dash and interior upholstery. Lemme know if you need more detail.
  8. feelzpwr91
    01-28-2010 11:02 PM - permalink
    hey man you posted on my Zaino thread, since your garage is so heavily detailed with detailer products, whats the best interior cleaner for our seats ( i have the persimmon leather) and interior? thanks!

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