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Old 06-06-2004, 10:10 PM
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I always have to use some type of wheel cleaner on my wifes BMW. The stains from brake dust are horrible.
Well I was out of wheel cleaner yesterday so I tryed Waxing Frenzy's super degreaser and it worked better than any I have tryed yet. I didn't expect to work as well but it worked better and didn't take any scrubbing.
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Frenzy`s super degreaser work great on boat trailer`s too.


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Good thread. I currently use Meguair's on the boat and Zaino Brother's on the car; both seem to work really well. I will have to give Frenzy a try when my bottles dry up. Although, I really like to see the beads when the water hits. It makes me feel like I've accomplished something. Has anyone else used Zaino Brother's? Just wanted to see what you thought of it.
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i guess no free samples
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Good thread. I currently use Meguair's on the boat and Zaino Brother's on the car; both seem to work really well. I will have to give Frenzy a try when my bottles dry up. Although, I really like to see the beads when the water hits. It makes me feel like I've accomplished something. Has anyone else used Zaino Brother's? Just wanted to see what you thought of it.
Frenzy! will bead up like crazy. It's just that once the beading is gone, the polymers continue to protect causing a sheeting action. We all like to see beading when we're done....makes us stick out our chests and strut!
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i guess no free samples
We've sent out more free samples than you can imagine. We do, however, have a money back guarantee. So far, haven't had to refund anybody!
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Good thread. I currently use Meguair's on the boat and Zaino Brother's on the car; both seem to work really well. I will have to give Frenzy a try when my bottles dry up. Although, I really like to see the beads when the water hits. It makes me feel like I've accomplished something. Has anyone else used Zaino Brother's? Just wanted to see what you thought of it.
I use Zaino's now on my car and after multiple coats it looks better than a new paint job.
Not sure if it's really formulated for the boat though......
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Wes, I don't know either, but it goes on and off really easy on the car.
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SR-24,
I have used both Zanio and Frenzy. If you are looking for water beading Zanio is the product, Frenzy beads the first time it gets wet but after about 1-2wks forget it.

Both products are expensive.
Both require very little product to protect, so it doesn't make sense to use random orbital to apply. Stuck doing it by hand.
Zanio requires a cleaner before applying product, Frenzy cleans at the same time. Not convienced of this feature on gelcoat but it does work on stainless and aluminum. It is great cleaner for those items!
Both come off easy, but Frenzy seems a little easier.

I have one side or our boat with Zanio the other with Frenzy. Will see who lasts longer on the side where the water hits.

Wes,
Zanio does have a different product for use with boats and non clear coat finishes.

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