<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by Chappy:
<strong>Stori, I have indeed read great reviews of the Zymol range (I also looked at their UK website earlier). But it is damn epensive even though it may last longer than autoglym stuff in the long term. Right now that kind of outlay is too much.
I know plenty of people who use Autoglym stuff and if Aston Martin recommend it then it cant be bad
.</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">I realise that it is expensive but the Ital WAX is half the kit price.
Reason Canauba wax is very very expensive.
However once you use it you will ask yourself "Why didn't I always use this product as it works so well"
I used to use Autoglym Super Resin polish followed by Autoglym Wax.
Then went to Meguiars professional products-multi compont system finishing off with Yellow Wax 26.
Then Tried the cheaper Zymol and have settled on Ital wax.
not only does it give a slippery, deep coloured finish(excellent on darker coloured cars) but the removal of insects , grime etc is so much easier than with the other products.
So it's nothing to due with durability of polish that makes it desirable, but rather the other characteristics that make life so much easier once you have it on your car.
This has been an expensive learning curve. I just wished that I had "bite the bullet" and bought the Ital wax from the start
However it is better to use a good "polish" than no "polish" at all and Autoglym is a good polish