Zymol Ebony Wax Customer Reviews
22 Customer Reviews
Black finishes are the undisputed kings of the automotive world when they're in pristine condition. Unfortunately, black is the most difficult to maintain finish on the road as well. Any old wax doesn't stand a chance of erasing years of oxidation, micro-abrasions and color loss-you need a secret restoration weapon.
Enter Zymöl Ebony Wax, with a custom formula of natural pigments and conditioners, to restore the original endless jet tone of your motorcar. Proprietary colorants bring the black back, while rich white and yellow carnauba waxes foster depth to your restored color. Restoration of your finish is just that easy.
A little Zymöl Ebony Wax goes a long way, making sure that your jar lasts through several restorations. AutoAnything even throws in a Zymöl Wax Applicator and protective gloves for an enjoyable afternoon of bringing your black back to life.
22 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Robin V (SUNBURY, OH) Reviewed for a 2009 Audi A3 — Dec 27, 2013 5:52 AM
My black A3 has had some rough handling over the years but after purchasing Zymol HD Cleanse and seeing such great results I decided to go ahead and spend the $60+ on the wax. I've had a terrible time getting the swirl marks out of the black paint so was hoping this would be the ticket. It really went on easily but (and I'll admit the conditions for waxing were lousy!) seemed to leave a bit of an oily residue. After lots of wiping (definitely use the micro clothes!) no swirls were seen!
Reviewed by Lloyd W (FITCHBURG, MA) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Camaro — Nov 29, 2013 7:02 AM
Zymol has been a great find. I just moved up from blue Zymol to Ebony Zymol as both my car and truck are biack. Zymol Ebony takes out most of the car wash scratches. The Camaro looks great. Hope this helps the guys and gals that love black vehichles.
Reviewed by James E (Rockland, ME) — May 02, 2012 5:35 AM
The product was used on a 1995 911 Cab and it brought the finish up to a level that I had not been able to get with other products. Black is very difficult to get correct, as every little scratch shows. I just waxed the car a week ago and am interested to see how it holds but so far it has been very good.
Reviewed by Lou A (Teaneck, NJ) Reviewed for a 2001 Jaguar XKR — Mar 12, 2012 12:46 PM
EBONY IS NATURALLY BETTER AND MY 2001 JAGUAR BLACK SPECIAL IS ABSOLUTELY INCREDABLE.I COULD GO ON FOREVER,UNFORTUNATELLY,I MUST GO BACK TO WORK.YOU WILL BE HEARING ME AGAIN. SINCERELY LOUIS A
Reviewed by Phillip B (Glenside, PA) Reviewed for a 2008 Infiniti M35 — Oct 30, 2011 8:14 AM
Really enhances finish on my black 2001 Porsche 911. Got several comments asking if I had the car detailed! Used the pre-wax prior to applying the wax. A little pricey, but seems to be worth it.
Reviewed by rodney c (Streamwood, IL) — May 13, 2011 10:01 PM
wonderful wax in relation to its ease of use and its market cost are in line with good carnuba waxes. where I found any criticism was in their inferior and cheap plastic top and bottom that is almost impossible to reconnect the two w/o splintering the cheap plastic.
Reviewed by B P (WALNUT CREEK, CA) Reviewed for a 2011 Mercedes-Benz M-Class — Jan 24, 2011 9:24 PM
Was impressed by no dust residue after application. Have already gotten the looks, and comments that how did I get it that black..... It makes my Mercedes an even better car to look at. Thanks again.
Reviewed by MONROE N (Los Angeles, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Five Hundred — Nov 20, 2009 8:13 AM
I was introduced to Zymol by a long time friend who himself is a detailer. He explained product was pricey but assured me it was worth the money. He instructed me to begin with Zymol cleaner first then apply Ebony. I was impressed with how rich/deep the body looked after the cleaner but the Ebony deepened the shine and made the car look like a toy. Whenever I'm out driving, I literally have other drivers run me down wanting to see what I'm driving. Zymol Ebony is worth it's wait in gold.
Reviewed by Diana D (Lanham, MD) — Aug 28, 2008 11:24 AM
The wax beads up well. I never had to keep my wax in the refrigerator though. The ebony works well with the black paint on the car. Better than trying to get to all of the dried white wax that gets stuck in the cracks and crevices.