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just applied the polish lock and gloss it's pretty cold i think i may have to wait 2 hours to dry. it's a wierd product not used to putting on a polish and then applying a second coat and waiting so long to remove was used to convention waxes where if you left them on it would be a nighmare to remove a unique product that seems to be great i will let you know the output when i polish off any ideas wheather i should put the leather conditioner on now without using the cleaner only 1 week old 2002 mdx tour w/nav any ideas also i should use the glass polish and wheel conditioner too i bought almost all their products due the raves on this web site everyone have a great holiday:p
 

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paul....welcome to the Z-Club....hey we are both doing the same thing....I just Z2 and Z6 and Z10 (leather) my MDX today.

Really, let the stuff dry. I presume you did a Z1 and Z2. Did you clay bar? Just curious. Yes, it takes awhile to dry, but it is very easy to remove. If it is not easy, then one of 2 things, you put on too much or you didn't wait long enuff.

You may be aware that Zaino has a new product out (ZFX) that reduces the wait time to practically zero! I have not tried it yet since I live in Texas and it is usually so warm in my garage that Z2 dries in 10 - 30 minutes. But I will buy some as part of Worm's group purchase deal.

OK to put the leather conditioner on as early and as often as you like. No harm. It is not greasy and absobs into the leather easily.....no worry about the pores in your seats clogging with stuff. It takes on a semi-gloss initially, then blends in.

I haven't tried the glass polish, but the tire stuff is the best I used. Again, it is not greasy, easy to apply (I use a curved applicator available at Walmart).....and it LASTS. Don't expect a shine, but a satin look, the way tires should look.

Anyway, let me know how things turn out and how many coats you apply!

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it's amazing worked great i only used the polish lok then the polish let it dry for 21/2 hours was cold up here about 50 degrees used the glass polish worked great didn't get a chance to do the interior with leather conditioner but will get to that tomorrow so i will be set for the quickly arriving winter want to be protected by the first snow. it works great better than liquid glass which i've used in the past and also a wax/gloss that i bought in the herrington catalog klasse products which i thought to be excellent in the past. this product surpasses both. the shine is excellent. i didn't get the clay bar maybe will order because noticed a few minor imperfections in paint which the clay bar would of probably removed. it came off with ease it the greatest wax product that i have ever used and i've used alot over the years would reccommend it to anyone is a car enthusiast. it great the tire conditioner was excellent like you mentioned. look forward to trying thr spray to use in between polish. amazing product:D :D :D :D
 

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Yes, I remember seeing the Klasse products in Herrington catalogs as well.....never did buy them although they do get very good reviews in many publications. The thewaxtest.com did a comparo and it did well, but not as well as Z.

I run Z on my MDX and P21S (a carnauba) on my Ody. Both are very good. Given a choice, tho, Z wins....no question.
 

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... but the tire stuff is the best I used. Again, it is not greasy, easy to apply (I use a curved applicator available at Walmart).....and it LASTS. Don't expect a shine, but a satin look, the way tires should look.

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What's this "curved applicator"? I assume it's in the car section at walmart. Thanks!
 

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The curved applicator is a small half-moon shaped sponge that you can use to apply stuff to tires.....the shape corresponds to the shape of the tire. I got mine at Walmart.
 
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