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    Turtle Wax ICE

    Anyone else use this stuff yet? I just threw a layer on after some cleaner wax this past thursday, and it looked great. Easy to apply, and I could use it on all the black plastic trim too. I def recommend it. It's a little greasy even afterwards, but most polish is. So It's totally worth it! I'd post up pics, but my car is ALREADY covered in pollen.

    Anyone else have any experience with this stuff?

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    Just bought it myself.

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    Can it be used with a buffer?

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    That stuff is clear and thin, looks like water right?

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    Yep, I like it. Use a clean microfiber cloth to remove it each time and says a buffer can be used on the site, but slower removal will make it shine more.


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    Last edited by rotwiler; 05-10-2006 at 10:19 AM.

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    i like it, as for pollen, by one of those California Dusters, they work like whoa... i love mine

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    LT's, 3400 stall, FIPK,CB
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    Bad time of year for pollen, I go out once a day around noon and run a california duster over the car. Over the past 2 or so months of having the ICE on the car, my car washing times have cut down to 2 times instead of every few days. After a trip to the track last Sat I normally have to use something to get the rubber off the sides of the car, now it wipes off. I'm going to put another layer of the ICE on soon.. On the plastic pieces it only lasts about 2 weeks, but is so simple isn't a issue to put on. Buy a large package of microfiber towels and will save you alot of time later...when dirty the ICE is oily and will smear, a clean cloth makes it so much easier.

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    I may have to try it.
    I like using Liquid Lustre.
    Bought it at a car show 2 years ago. I've been hooked ever since.
    Last Saturday I used 3M Finish Restorer and used the new Meguires detail fx spray
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    California Dusters rock also!

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    Yeah this stuff has been great so far.

    I should probably pick up a cali duster.

    I dont know about u guys, but since i dont have a garage, the rains got that dirt build up on my car now and its gonna rain for like 4 days straight now. So ill have to hold off on the next cleaning. I will admit, my wheels (which are painted and i ICE'd them) to seem a bit cleaner, so hopefully its workin so not as much crap sticks to them.

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    I use a California Duster and the ICE Spray, love it!

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    heard some good stuff about that tw ice so i went out and got some, put it on the ss today and i noticed it kinda left smuge marks on my car and dont know why. more worried about how to get rid of them. I mean after i drove it a bit i noticed it was smuged pretty bad in some spots.
    I did it by the directions but im not sure what went wrong. The paint looked great befor and it almost looks worse now wit the " random spots"
    any info would be great
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    LT's, 3400 stall, FIPK,CB
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    I noticed that too...but went away when a new microfiber cloth was used. The ICE needs to sit a good 15 minutes and then a fresh microfiber cloth needs to be used, I use 2 towels per car. I bought a 12 pack at Costco for around $9. When I did my cars I took them through a auto car wash and basially it took any old wax off...

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    I've been using it since it's introduction and I love it. If you apply too much you will get smudge like marks which will come off with a microfiber cloth. I always spray and wipe the detail spray afterwards which removes all unwanted spots and the shine is unbelievable especially on a black car.

    Fig

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    I use it and I like it.

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    Thumbs up

    Ice and California duster work great, took hours off cleaning my car.

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    I have no complaints about the Turtle Wax Ice. I have used it once and it gives a nice shine. Someone already has asked what did I use to give it such a shine. Of course, one of the very best parts is the lack of white residue!

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    great f'n stuff!
    so easy to apply
    did the whole car in about 30 minutes and i did not use much of it at all(bottle still looks unopened)
    great shine that matches the best wax/polish i've seen
    go out and buy it

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    I hear its silicone based and not good for your paint.

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    I like it,Easy and a great shine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA
    I hear its silicone based and not good for your paint.
    who'd you hear that from?

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