I'm new to this site. I detailed cars for about 3 years and I still love to use meguiars products on my own vehicles.
I had a quesion that I wanted to hear some opinions on. A guy once told me that Zymol was the best wax because it makes water sheet off the car instead of beading up. I tried it, but it seemed to work like any other wax. Beading makes sense to me, beacause if the surface is smooth as glass (for example after using a clay bar and waxing) the water should bead up on the surface. However, the beading tends to leave mineral deposits (water marks) or dust rings, and takes a long time to dry on its own. My question would then be, wouldn't it be better if there was a way for the wax to make the water sheet off? That way the car would dry quicker (like the car wash soaps that claim to do just that) and the water spots would be on there. What do you all think??