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Just received the starter package (with ZFX or whatever the actifier is called) from Zaino Bros.--about $92 with delivery. I'm debating if I should test it on my car I plan on keeping or the car I plan on trading in when my 8 arrived 2nd week of August (to increase value?). Any comments? My question is has anyone tried mixing layers of Liquid Glass and Zaino? For example, it appears that LG has the wetter deeper (3D) look but Zaino is glossier and lasts a lot longer. So I wonder if a base of a couple coats of LG followed by several coats of Zaino would give the best of both worlds. Would the Zaino protect and add additional gloss to the 3D qualities of LG?
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2004 Red 8, Red/Black Leather, MT
GT, Appearance, Rotary Accents,
Spoiler, 6 disc CD
Added: Front mud guards, strakes, exhaust finishers, and foot lights.
If applied correctly Zaino will have as deep and as liquid as anything out there. As far as what to apply it to. Practice on the old car so you can get the density correct on application and then use that knowledge when doing your 8.
Well is Liquid Glass a polymer like Zaino, or not?
Either way, if you 'mix' Zaino with something else, it won't bond to the paint. That's the nature of polymers. The thing you can do to get a 'deep' look (and I was happy without doing this) is to put a coat of a good carnuba on top of the Zaino (S100 is very popular, you can get it from a Harley dealer) and it should give it a deeper look.