anybody ever hear of , tried or know of some who has ...seems to be big in boating industry and is developing a strong following even over Klasse and Zaino and Mag. feedback wanted, thanks. http://www.cleaningfrenzy.com/
A friend has been telling me about a wax that he used to finally make his 14 year old boat sparkle. I saw his boat in person, and was suprised at the shine. He told me he was using Frenzy wax. I had never heard of it, nor could I find it at any of the marine stores I visit. Well, It was out of mind, until I saw it in Powerboat magazine. I ordered a small bottle.
This stuff works great!! I used it on my transom, which is the area I avoid cause it is a pain in the arse to do. I did everything back there, drives, K-Planes, exhaust and steering. My K-Planes looked like there was some kind of oxidation on them. I had tried other waxes/cleaners, but nothing made them really shine. In fact I thought that was the way they were supposed to work. After using this Frenzy wax, they shine like new paint!!
The best part is, this stuff comes off 100% easier than ANYTHING I used. It is more like dusting the boat instead of wiping wax. You can flick the towel at the boat and the wax comes right off!! I did the side of my 34' boat. It took me no more than 2 to 3 minutes to wipe off the Frenzy wax.
They guys on the boating boards LOVE waxing Frenzy. I'll give you a link if you want to read about their results. But the marine enviroment is VERY harsh and nothing lasts. Frenzy does.
They now have a new version made for cars.
I have been a Zaino user since 98. I have also tried NXT, Klasse, Sovereign, S100, Pinnacle, Zymol, etc etc.
Anyhow, I have a 4 year old work truck that has been neglected. On a Fri I took it thru the car wash. Saturday Morning it rained, then cleared. Since I had nothing to do I decided to wipe off the water and rest of the dirt off the truck. I then thought I'd try Waxing frenzy on the truck. It works well on the boat, so let's see what it can do to 100% neglected/abused paint. For those that dislike rubbing and buffing out wax, you will love this stuff. It comes off with no effort. The entire truck took me less than 15 minutes to apply and remove. Also was not really "in to it" since this is a work truck.
Well, I knew Waxing frenzy was good, but I was shocked at how good it was!!! The paint and shine is truely incredible.
I also tried it on a section of my Zainoed (30 coats) G35C, and you can't tell the frenzy from the Zaino!!!
I have tried just about every type of wax/polish there is. Waxing frenzy is about the best I've seen.
Welcome & thanks for the tip BillR. I was just browing on their site and saw this: 'Contains pure carnauba wax, silicon, and polymers not found in any other wax in the United States. The silicon bonds itself to your surface, prolonging protection. It’s easy to apply and even easier to remove. Once it hazes, simply wipe it off as if you are dusting. Goes farther than most waxes. In fact, the less you use, the better. Removes light to medium oxidation. Helps to keep colors bright and whites white. Waxing Frenzy is a breakthrough in boat care. It is a true cleaning wax.'
I thought that products w/ silicon aren't good for your finish?
Silicon is NOT bad for your surface. In fact, since 1952, 99% of all painted finishes contain silicon. I'm not sure how this got started, but we come across it all of the time. The function of the silicon is to bond the carnauba to the surface. Carnauba is not attracted to the surface and it will be rejected in about 2 weeks. This is why you will get more longevity from our wax; the polymers and silicon take over and provide long lasting sheeting protection.
Our chemist is a finish specialist who works as a consultant for several (high end) manufacturers on the formulation of their finishes.
What I have found is that dealerships will often tell a customer that and recommend a product (like Meguiar's) that does not contain silicon because they have a "relationship" with that wax company.
after getting back from the dealer today, we got that horn upgrade spoken about @ F/A from the Q45, now we got HORNS -get out da way! tried the WAXING FRENZY , easy on - easy off semi-cloudy day. FX has a warm GLOW, lets see how it reacts to rain, elements and time. / working with better micro-fiber products is great! thanks forum frequenters! you all know know who you are.
after a quick wash last week, i couldn't resist trying out the W.F. quick shine spray - hey it was in the package - this weekend after a quick wash, i will resist any further action other than WW microfiber dry. ...oh look , that other vehicle i drive everyday, my Ody van, it needs.............mmmmn? / well i had to do it, and now the PINODY looks great, however i'll probably be charged with FX Abuse.
couldn't resist, last weekend we went back to the klasse twins on the FX and tried that new nxt maqu. all talk. about on mine; not bad, also not quite as easy as WAXING FRENZY, only way to learn and be sure, keep trying , go back and forth. WF is pretty amazing stuff for something that not many have heard of.
Silicones generally penetrate the pores of the painted surface and endure many times longer than the traditional. They are easy to apply and result in a much more shiny look. However, silicone products also penetrate the primer and the metal making it difficult to apply any new paint. This is due to the fact that the silicone has eroded the surface adherance and when the new paint is applied, air bubbles may appear at the surface. This major drawback makes it difficult to justify the use of silicones. Conclusion : silicones should not fall into your list of the best car waxes.
Had fun today. Since getting R NITI-FX , we've been neglecting our PINODY. Started by doing dawn ...wash, then clay (first time ever - teach old dog new tricks) rest, then wash again and since we don't have Zaino ...yet , did the Klasse 1st step, fun play day with my wife (doing the ODY) tomorrow; Klasse SG maybe 2 layered coats before work tues. [ Smooth & Sparkly! ] *What a difference a year of Detail education makes :arrow: http://www.infinitifx.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=6883