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AntzV 03-15-2010 04:06 AM

TURTLE WAX BLACK BOX
 
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HAS ANYONE TRIED THE BLACK BOX FROM TURTLE WAX....I MUST SAY IM VERY IMPRESSED WITH THE SHINE AFTER, HERE ARE SOME PICS....

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LET ME KNOW WHAT YALL THINK?

BUMBLE B 03-15-2010 04:56 AM

I fear for the rally stripes on the yellow ....I don't want Glossy matte rally stripes. They are matte black to reduce reflections anyway...assuming one can see over the hood. I'm 6'2".

KEEP RT 08-24-2010 11:38 PM

Is there any spider webbing in direct sun lite? up close and personal like. the pics are a little grainy. I clay bared mine and Mothers Gold it removed 90% of spider webbing.

midlife 10-29-2011 05:50 PM

Works ok it give a deep black rich color. I did it first by hand, then a few weeks later with my Portacable 7424 XP. It does not remove surface searches that well. You must also wear gloves or you hands will be in black condition.
The key is step #1 once you are happy with the surface then go to step #2.
Has anyone tried Adams Swirl remover with the 7424XP?

Captain McFunk 12-12-2011 08:49 AM

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Originally Posted by KEEP RT (Post 2257958)
Is there any spider webbing in direct sun lite? up close and personal like. the pics are a little grainy. I clay bared mine and Mothers Gold it removed 90% of spider webbing.

I don't believe this. Clay bar doesn't remove spider webbing, aka swirls.

As for the OP, did you do any polishes at all? It looks like in direct sunlight there is some major swirls on that vehicle. please correct me if i'm wrong?

Thanks

JLE58 01-01-2012 08:08 PM

Just so you guys know this thread is almost 2 years old!


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