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Old 06-06-2012, 05:12 AM   #1
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Hey Y'all, Has anyone had any experience with the (Blackfire Wet Diamond Paint Protection and Blackfire Midnight Sun Ivory Carnauba Paste Wax). I just got the delivery from AutoGeek last night and will apply them today or tomorrow.
Black '13 Mustang GT picked up last Thursday. I keep it outside. NO Garage (my luck) what are you going to do. Directions say no direct sunlight, but is a cloudy day OK.
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Can you take a before application picture and after and post? Thanks.
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I have a 2012 Black 5.0 kept in the garage, but I use Zaino and you can apply it in the sun or shade.

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Nevermind, I finished reading your post. Find a nice large tree for shade, that should work.
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Where do you get the Zanio products...directly through their website or autoparts stores?
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Greg3 I think the idea is for the paint surface to be cool to the touch. So if you get lucky with a cloudy day you're good to go.
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Thanks, all you guys, I will have to try that. Not really much of a choice except to pay detailer at Auto Car Wash his fee ($69 Exterior) to apply MY $80 car finishes. He never heard of Blackfire or Pinnacle etc. I think I seen a Meguire's sitting on the floor though.

I will take pictures after hand wash in the self wash place with my own Blackfire Wet Diamond Shampoo, then after Blackfire Wet Diamond Paint Protection Sealant and then again after I apply and buff the Blackfire Midnight Sun Ivory Carnauba Paste Wax...

I know I am being a wuss about all of this, but this is my first "Mustang" (GT/BLACK) and I only got it last Thursday, so it's the first foundation wax job. You could say, I'm being a wuss. I can take it. Waaaaaah, Waaaaaah


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Re: Blackfire Wet Diamond

ive never heard of those before we always used mcguires at our old paint shop. i personally use the turtle wax or the mcguires black wax in the liquid bottle works really great and keeps the black nice a deep and dark. people ask me how much it cost me to repaint my car i say its just wax and the only new paint on my car is the lights and the aftermarket hood thats how good that wax is. should check it out and good luck man
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Thanks, all you guys, I will have to try that. Not really much of a choice except to pay detailer at Auto Car Wash his fee ($69 Exterior) to apply MY $80 car finishes. He never heard of Blackfire or Pinnacle etc. I think I seen a Meguire's sitting on the floor though.

I will take pictures after hand wash in the self wash place with my own Blackfire Wet Diamond Shampoo, then after Blackfire Wet Diamond Paint Protection Sealant and then again after I apply and buff the Blackfire Midnight Sun Ivory Carnauba Paste Wax...

I know I am being a wuss about all of this, but this is my first "Mustang" (GT/BLACK) and I only got it last Thursday, so it's the first foundation wax job. You could say, I'm being a wuss. I can take it. Waaaaaah, Waaaaaah

Thank You All
No one is gonna call u a wuss for taking car of ur car mine, but black sux trust me no matter what u do something is gonna happen. I wash mine every week, wax every 2 at least n its garage kept, yet i have 2 scratches... Lifes a beach.. Lol
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Where do you get the Zanio products...directly through their website or autoparts stores?
You can get it from their website unless you live in certain states like New Jersey
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Where do you get the Zanio products...directly through their website or autoparts stores?
Website.
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Re: Blackfire Wet Diamond

any of you guys have experience with the Adam's line of products? Adam's Premium Car Care - Cleaners, Waxes and Polishes Made in the USA. I've only used the basic stuff (car wash, detail spray, etc) so far but i've liked it. i need to do a full detail on my wife's pilot soon and i was planning on using their stuff.
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Adams is good stuff. Easy to apply and remove. I've used it for 7 years or so. They have a 15% off fathers day coupon right now. His stuff is near idiot proof.
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Well, I just washed my car with the BlackFire Wet Diamond Conditioning Shampoo. Followed all the instructions and when I was finished Microtowel drying the car and thought it looked ok, I went into the sun and there were smear and streak marks all over the car. Took me forever to microtowel buff them out. Hope I didn't create any swirl marks that I will see tomorrow.
That $18 bottle of shampoo will see my garbage can. I was so disappointed, that I was afraid to apply the Blackfire Wet Diamond paint sealant. Now I am at a standstill. Maybe I will just give away the $150 in Blackfire products away and start all over. I should have just stuck with the Meguire's, but no, I had to get something more upscale.
Well, that is where I stand. I think I will take my GT to a custom detailer and apply the initial sealant and wax on my new black car. Any help we be appreciated...
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thanks for the help. I will check it out on the internet. By the way your black beauty is beautiful...
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thanks for the help. I will check it out on the internet. By the way your black beauty is beautiful...
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