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Old 05-16-2012, 08:21 PM   #1
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Turtle Wax Ice

FYI...This stuff does a tremendous job on the black plastic along the bottom "lower facia" of car. Just apply with a microfiber cloth. Low gloss and makes it look new.

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I've always stayed away from turtle wax products in the past. How does this work on the rest of the car?
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Old 05-16-2012, 08:40 PM   #3
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Re: Turtle Wax Ice

I like Turtle Wax
Havent tried that one but I use the Turtle Wax Black Box and I really like it
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I've always stayed away from turtle wax products in the past. How does this work on the rest of the car?
Works good on all plastic, interior,etc. The reason I posted this because I looked for a product to brighten the black on the bottom of my car. I figured it out by accident....but works awesome!!!
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I've always stayed away from turtle wax products in the past. How does this work on the rest of the car?
I love this stuff for the interior. No grease.

Speaking of quality OTC stuff...I was just turned onto Armorall Extreme Shield Wax by a detailing guru. I thought I misunderstood him when he said Armorall! He said apply it like normal but treat it like a spray and wipe it right off....you wouldn't believe the way this stuff beads water. Surface tension is so low water drops look like water bearings!
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Just tried the turtle wax ice this past weekend. I used a clay bar to get it slippery smooth then applied to wax. The stuff only needs to set on it for a minute or so and then you buff it out. I really liked the results. Didn't do the plastic but will try it there next time.
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Just tried the turtle wax ice this past weekend. I used a clay bar to get it slippery smooth then applied to wax. The stuff only needs to set on it for a minute or so and then you buff it out. I really liked the results. Didn't do the plastic but will try it there next time.
Seeing is believing then! I may have to give ice a try.
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