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When the 845 is finished I'll buy the paste. I'm sold on the Collinite after seeing the results for myself. I apply it on my powdercoated wheels and it definitely helps keep brake dust to a minimum.

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That looks like something that would be illegal in my state ^

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Collinite 476S, though not on the Mazda yet. Amazingly reflective/protective on my black Tundra. I've used Zaino products in the past and been pleased as well.
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I was a long time Klasse user, but putting on three coats of their product on became a little too much.

I recently tried FK1000p, similar to Collonite. On and off easy and an incredible smooth finish. Supposed to be very heat resistant.

A lot of new polymer and polymer/wax products out there that are pretty good and longer lasting than the old plain waxes.

Koki, that Pinnacle looks fantastic on that black paint. Nothing like a black car with a nice wax job. How long does the stuff last?
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Zymol gets my vote. Long lasting shine and no residue left behind.
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Collinite 476S, though not on the Mazda yet. Amazingly reflective/protective on my black Tundra. I've used Zaino products in the past and been pleased as well.
Mach, if you're still out there. I've been using Zaino for the past 15 years and have had no reason to move to another. It has incredible lasting power, especially in the Chicago winters. Other then using detail spray, usually don't redo until 6-8 months.That said, what's your take on Zaino vs Collinite 476S. Thanks
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I've tried Zaino.

It loses to the Collinite Paste (885)
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Collinite 845 wax applied via a spray bottle (diluted with Fiji water lol). Allows for easy application (spread thin). Possibly the the easiest application of wax there is. Lasts at least 3-4 months based on water beading.
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Zymol pure carnauba wax.
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