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Avenging Orange 03-07-2021 04:42 PM

Turtle wax ice
 
I know Turtle wax doesn't get much play because everyone likes the high dollar/cool name stuff....but.
Being the old school paste wax kinda guy I am....thought I'd give this new fangled synthetic stuff a try.
Much to my surprise...it does exactly what is says. You mist it on a panel, wipe it on, flip the cloth and lightly buff it off and...presto! Like magic, your car sparkles like a new penny. Cuts waxing time and shoulder pain in half. :w00t:
I know this aint breaking news...just thought I'd throw it out there. :happy0180:

witenite 03-07-2021 05:14 PM

They also have good detailing spray. Actually just finished using it on mine.

0stones0 03-07-2021 05:29 PM

Picked a couple of bottles, last year, when it was on sale. Works like a charm!

Bigdumogre 03-07-2021 05:47 PM

I use the ice spray when I don’t have time to do a real wax job and does a decent job. Great at beading water too but nothing comes close to a nice wax job imo.

0stones0 03-07-2021 05:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Bigdumogre (Post 10968184)
I use the ice spray when I donít have time to do a real wax job and does a decent job. Great at beading water too but nothing comes close to a nice wax job imo.

Agree. But when a quick touch up is in order, this stuff works well.

Modernmusclecar 03-10-2021 06:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Avenging Orange (Post 10968150)
I know Turtle wax doesn't get much play because everyone likes the high dollar/cool name stuff....but.
Being the old school paste wax kinda guy I am....thought I'd give this new fangled synthetic stuff a try.
Much to my surprise...it does exactly what is says. You mist it on a panel, wipe it on, flip the cloth and lightly buff it off and...presto! Like magic, your car sparkles like a new penny. Cuts waxing time and shoulder pain in half. :w00t:
I know this aint breaking news...just thought I'd throw it out there. :happy0180:

Do yourself a favor and get the Turtle Wax Ceramic Spray. You won't use wax anymore.

0stones0 03-10-2021 07:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Modernmusclecar (Post 10970377)
Do yourself a favor and get the Turtle Wax Ceramic Spray. You won't use wax anymore.

Wipe on, wipe off, or more complicated that that?

DonM 03-14-2021 03:33 AM

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Originally Posted by 0stones0 (Post 10970459)
Wipe on, wipe off, or more complicated that that?

I apply it with a microfiber applicator to the whole car, then wipe a small area with a damp MF cloth. Then I buff it with a dry/plush microfiber cloth and the results are awesome!

This takes a few minutes longer than wipe on/wipe off, but the results are FAR better.

I'll edit this post when I get home to add a few pics of my results this past week.

Avenging Orange 03-14-2021 09:34 AM

Gonna try the ceramic stuff next. :happy0180:

0stones0 03-14-2021 12:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Avenging Orange (Post 10972647)
Gonna try the ceramic stuff next. :happy0180:

On my way to pick some. Iím bored.:cool:

DonM 03-14-2021 07:12 PM

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Modernmusclecar 03-15-2021 12:10 AM

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Originally Posted by 0stones0 (Post 10970459)
Wipe on, wipe off, or more complicated that that?

I spray it onto on of the round cloth micro fiber applicators . wipe it on wipe it off with a microfiber towel. That's it.

BLU DUCE 03-16-2021 10:45 AM

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Originally Posted by Bigdumogre (Post 10968184)
I use the ice spray when I donít have time to do a real wax job and does a decent job. Great at beading water too but nothing comes close to a nice wax job imo.

That's what she said.:D

DonM 03-17-2021 08:01 AM

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Originally Posted by Modernmusclecar (Post 10973125)
I spray it onto on of the round cloth micro fiber applicators . wipe it on wipe it off with a microfiber towel. That's it.

I did another coat yesterday of the TW Ceramic Spray. I used the round M/F applicator and only did about a 2 foot section at a time, then buffed it off with a plush microfiber before it flashed. Worked great and there were no streaks or smears.


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