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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-05-2006, 06:03 AM
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Another one I'm resurrecting since I've done a lot of online reading and found some other opinions.

This link seems to have a different opinion.

Zaino was already on my short list and I simply haven't found any complaints other than cost and time to apply (and its only available online). Both are important considerations, but now that I've got some time and the bike's not real big, I think I'm going to give this a shot.

Anyone here use Zaino?
I LOVE Zaino!

That stuff has a cult like following for a reason. The complaint about cost I can understand. But it goes on quick and easy for me.

here's my friend's G35 after a zaino polish session



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I LOVE Zaino!

That stuff has a cult like following for a reason. The complaint about cost I can understand. But it goes on quick and easy for me.

here's my friend's G35 after a zaino polish session
Thanks, I think I'm going to give it a shot. After some other expenses are behind us though...

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We ve used pledge on our motorcycle showroom for years....works great and relatively inexpensive....
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just thought id mention it, I have been using NUFINISH between waxes and i kid you not that stuff really works wonders on my gixer. And the best part is i dont have to rub the solution in. Just apply and lightly buff thats it!!!!

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If you are in a hurry that Black Magic spray wax isnt bad at all. Looks like you just armor all the whole bike without all the residue left over
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Thumbs up Hi there looby dubby!

Wow thats really interesting. Thnx for sharing!
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There's been the suggestion that we start a sticky thread for people to post their pictures of different areas of Arkansas...so here it is! I personally don't have any so I'm depending on ya'll...help me out here and I'll move some photos over from old threads if I can find them.

Cactus Jack is a popular Mexican restaurant in town. It's rather pricey (main course are about 16 Euro) but as far as I remember from 2001 it's worth it. The food is very tasty and the atmosphere could have been nice - if only next to us a group consisting of half Northern Ireland would have been a bit quieter.
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[QUOTE=proximityinfote;662879]There's been the suggestion that we start a sticky thread for people to post their pictures of different areas of Arkansas...so here it is! I personally don't have any so I'm depending on ya'll...help me out here and I'll move some photos over from old threads if I can find them.

Cactus Jack is a popular Mexican restaurant in town. It's rather pricey (main course are about 16 Euro) but as far as I remember from 2001 it's worth it. The food is very tasty and the atmosphere could have been nice - if only next to us a group consisting of half Northern Ireland would have been a bit quieter.
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zaino is awesome.. I love Malco Imperial Real caranuba wax!

Heres all my products i use!


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post #20 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-19-2013, 06:00 PM
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I suggest to try Z100 for your bike its a gasoline proof wax good for your tank application and klasse products.
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