….as with most detailing products, “best” is mostly defined by the individual requirements/scenario. It really depends on the users needs, expectations and what characteristics they value in a particular product. Looks, longevity, resilience, contaminant shedding ability, sheeting vs. beading, slickness, ease of use, trim friendliness, etc., etc. There are a myriad of products all with varying traits and none that I (personally) would consider “best” for everyone.What kind of wax do you use on your car and are you happy with the final outcome?
....having been a user of Zaino for years I would say that there are products available that are on par or that exceed the durability/resilience of Zaino. This is based on my own familiarity from the products I have used and the experiences from fellow friend’s/members on the detailing forums I frequent (both enthusiasts and professionals alike). That's not to say some of these folks (like myself) don't like Zaino, we just don't feel it has the market cornered in this respect.I don't think Zaino can be beat for it's durability/longevity of polish protection and the shine. Others will shine just as good (but no better) but I doubt they can last as long.
....formulations and characteristics will vary but Z2 & Z5 are synthetic sealants much like Collinite 425/912/845, Klasse SG, FK1000p, the Duragloss line, Wolfgang DGPS (just to name a few).i can't see anything better than zaino, from what i understand its not a wax. seems to last through weekly car washes. its a little confusing as to the steps but once you figure it out watch out you won't be able to take pics , the reflection may be too much esp. with a dark car.