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Old 15 Aug 2003, 12:16 am
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of the total who read my detail quiz sent me answers. Thats not bad. I just returned from hosting a seminar, about 40 people in the class. This is what the "average" weekend warriors are doing to their car. (based on discussions in class) Using solvent based dressing, (not know the damage it will cause) washing with dish soap for maintainence washing, using compounds to clean, using steel wool on glass, to name a few. 5 people out of 40 knew what micro fiber was, and almost 100% thought that waxing twice a year is good enough. This is why I teach. I had a Cruiser in the crowd, and he wants me to detail it in Sept. (hmmmm another member for our club perhaps?)
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Old 15 Aug 2003, 02:07 pm
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Gary,

The products I have don't necessarily show a list of ingredients. How do we know if what we have is solvent-based?
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Old 15 Aug 2003, 02:11 pm
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hi gary, i have used zanio for years now, can you tell me the difference between your stuff and zanio?? i have seen pics of cars done with your stuff and they look awesome!! just tell me the difference thanks
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Yo-B/ solvent product is easy to spot. It is generally clear, and sticky. One that comes to mind is Black Magic, It slides on like paste, thick, gooey. Gary
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Bob, I responded to your Zaino question in private, I think you will find my answer interesting. Yo Biebs, I was in a auto supply store and looked at some of the dressings that are solvent based. Some had it on the label, I was suprised. They are clear as a rule, water based ones are milky white. Hope that helps, Gary
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Thanks Gary!!
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