Wait a second, what is different between the Zymol store bought stuff and the real Zymol stuff? I use the store bought Zymol. Works great.
There is a huge difference between the store bought stuff and the "Estate Glazes." It's probably best to let Jeff tell you about it. He signed up on the board too, even though he doesn't have a CRX. I'll let him know you asked and point him here.CrxCarl said:Just checked out their site. That is impressive. Great looking shop too. Do they stay busy all the time? How long does it take for them to do the full 4 step first visit? What about the 2 step follow-up?
I don't know how they do it. When I wash and wax both my car and my wife's in the same day, I am always tired as crap and ready to be finished as soon as possible.
The four step process takes between 4 and 6 hours. The two steps takes about 2 hours. It all depends on the vehicle size and condition.CrxCarl said:Yeah, send him over here. I would like to bend his ear.
The store bought Zymol is still pretty good I think. Takes off a fair amount of oxidation and makes the car shiny.
My biggest questions will be: would I be able to tell the difference between the estate and the store stuff as a novice car waxer who doesn't have all the same tools they have? Would I be able to utilize the product to its full potential without special buffers and all the other stuff? Is price really worth it? Does it protect that much better?
Even if the paint job is not as nice to begin with?Jeff said:If we were to do the full treatment plus swirl removal your car would probably look better than most Ferraris.
Congrats. I bet your baby will look amazing.Synoptic said:Hey Jeff, my CRX is getting painted in a few weeks. What should I do to protect it when the paint will be dry ?
My paint is the factory RioRed base coat/clear coat type.