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Have just zymoled (assuming that there' s such an adjective!) my car for the first time and am well pleased with the result. I' m never taking it out of the garage again!
Pardon my ignorance, but does anyone out there know how I now go about keeping the car clean between treatments? It' s not terribly clear from the instructions. Do I just sponge it down with clean water and then leather it dry, or do I have to use the Zymol wash in my bucket?
Hi Derek

I am also a Zymol convert.
I tend to wet the car, dry and then just buff the dust of with the blue polishing cloth provided.
Yes, sorry didn' t make it quite clear.
Clean water just to rinse of any dirt and then dry it off. The professionals don' t recommend chamoi leathers, the rage at the moment is the silicone blade things to get rid of excess water. Then dry any wet bits with a non abrasive cloth or a synthetic chamoi.
Either that or just give it a bit of a dusting off with a dry cloth. no doubt I will get slated for that.

I found that the second coat of wax gave an even deeper shine
Have a look at this for more info

If in winter etc u add some of ' the wash' they sell in starter pack to bucket use a decent sponge and then hose off,paddle then ideal ,and towel off..................doesnt take off what you ve built up alreadydoesnt take long either!
I ve used for about 3 years on couple of Porsches just gets better and better honest !
Bought one of those fancy silicon blade thingies (technical term!) and shall report back on ease of use and quality of finish.
Will no doubt get the opportunity to use it in anger at Porsche in the Park this weekend!! [:)]
Thanks to all those who replied to my original query.

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