Which Zaino Polish Looks Best on WRB?
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    Which Zaino Polish Looks Best on WRB?

    I haven't used Zaino in about 7 years, but when I did, I loved the stuff. Back then I used the older Z-2 formulation, I think. When applied to bright silver followed by the Z-6 spray, it looked awesome!

    But now I see that Z-5 Pro is available, and Zaino's website state that Z-5 Pro may be better suited for darker vehicles, especially those with swirl marks (which I don't have) or fine scratches (yeah, I have some of those). I would consider WRB a darker color. However, some users of Z-5 Pro are layering it will Z-2. Why not just stay with Z-5 and call it a day?

    So many questions, I know. Basically looking to use one polish (either Z-2 Pro or Z-5 Pro) in conjunction with ZFX and Z-6. I'd also maybe go Z-AIO, but I understand that Zaino actually adheres well to Klasse AIO, which I own and need to use up!

    Any help and experience will be appreciated. Thanks!

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    Huh? Haha, what no Zaino'ers here?!

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    AIO is the best for everyday applications.... But the good ol classic Z5 followed up by Z2, topped with Z16 has always been a winner for me!!!

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    I last used Zaino back in 2005.
    It is the detailing worlds best kept secret..only its not a secret.

    Just go to the Zaino website:
    Zaino Store

    I plan on using it again once my new WRX arrives in a week or 2.

    Nothing against Opti-Coat or any other product, but I found Zaino to be easy to use, durable and even saved my 350z from being scratched by a rusted rough square pole my fender hit...I had 25 coats of Zaino!
    It just smudged the Zaino but didnt scratch!
    So I did a spot removal and reapplication.
    Believer in that stuff ever since.
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    I used Z-5 on my WRB bugeye back in the day and it looked AMAZING.. although a big part of that was that I had the entire car wet sanded and resprayed with PPG paint. Soooo much better than OEM Subaru paint.

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