It is not that apparent on light colors - silver and white. Like Matt says - mainly durability (although even the most fervent Zaino supporters I've talked with don't say more than 6 months.)i use meguiars NXT wax.. but the car is white.. i read rave reviews on zaino but has one seen a whit ecar w/ it? do u see a significant diff?
was wondering 'bout their leather product if it was making you slide in your seat ???I have not tried Zaino paint products yet, but their leather cleaner/conditioner is some of the best stuff I've ever used. It leaves the leather soft, doesn't leave residue in the seat perforations, and makes the interior smell great. It's a little expensive buying it as a single item, but definately worth it. Make sure to post up some pics when you get it all shined up.
This could be the alternative , soon for me .... resolving a lot of the issues you mention while still having the Zaino properties ..... and going way beyond ...... if you care then take ALL the time to read this potential find (be open-minded and consider your skepticism) http://forum.mazda6club.com/index.php?showtopic=57051It is not that apparent on light colors - silver and white. Like Matt says - mainly durability (although even the most fervent Zaino supporters I've talked with don't say more than 6 months.)
If you don't mind waxing 3-5 times a years as opposed to 2-3 times, the difference between NXT and Zaino will not be that noticeable on a white car as long as you do the applications the same way. That means once a year you wash, claybar, wash, polish, wax, another coat of wax, one more coat, as many coats as you feel like it allowing about 12-24 hours between coats. Then the other times you just wash and wax with as many coats as you want.
I have seen a difference on cars with Zaino, but in a lot of cases I wouldn't call it worth the extra money unless it was on a show car. Then every single extra sparkle counts.