Zymol Klay is too expensive - I never tried it but I can’t imagine that it’s leaps and bounds better than standard clay or synthetic clay.I use Zymol on my 2015 SH-AWD MDX with Tech package.. I love it and all natural. Check out the Zymol Lehm Klay III System on Amazon
Zymol products are more costly than some other fine products. But I've been into the brand from 2002. I love all the non chemicals and natural ingredients that goes into Zymol products. I find Zymol to be of some of the best car products out on the market if used properly. But the way I see it.....a fine automobile like the MDX,which isnt some cheap vehicle deserves to have a fine product like Zymol...after all the Acura aint cheap in no way.Zymol Klay is too expensive - I never tried it but I can’t imagine that it’s leaps and bounds better than standard clay or synthetic clay.
With synthetic clay I can get a lot of sesssions with it and if it drops on the floor it’s not garbage. Just rinse and reuse.
I bought one from Griot’s when Autozone had a sale $5 off and other online coupons a few years ago and it’s still working fine.
Yes, lots of good stuff on Autogeek. One caveat: it's difficult to browse their offerings and not buy something :wink:Another vote for Collinite 845. I was using Blackfire for years but it's gotten too pricey to keep 3 vehicles protected and looking sharp.
As mentioned above, whatever product you choose it's all about the paint prep. Wash using the right soap, clay, polish and then the sealant or wax. Synthetics may look a little sterile on white however it will last much longer than a pure wax. And remember, a little bit of product goes a long way. You should be able to wipe the product off very easily -- if your arm is getting tired, you are using too much. I use a machine to apply but for comparison, I can easily do the entire MDX with a couple of ounces of product.
Take a look at https://www.autogeek.net/
If you go down to the bottom of the home page, some good info under Expert Advice.
Yes, lots of good stuff on Autogeek. One caveat: it's difficult to browse their offerings and not buy something :wink: