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Old 08-14-2007, 09:51 PM   #11
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Wow That looks sexy I've never been a fan of turtle wax myself but I'm impressed with those results.


On an off topics note, if you haven't been COTM yet I smell a definite nomination coming your way if you ***** it up a little more with her looking like that. If I ever get another Bonne I want it to look like that
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THANK'* for the great comment !!
Lot of work in that shine !
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Well,
I think I know what I'm doing this weekend and what I'm going to use lol. I'm detailing a few friends cars for some extra cash, so I'll use up my meguiars and go ahead and grab some of that ice stuff.

As for the scratch X, do you guys coat the whole car in that, or just the areas that look real nastified?
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I did my whole car , One section at a time
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I do the whole car too when using it
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After being a Meguiars guy for a lot of years, just tried the Turtle Wax Ice. This stuff is absolutely amazing. Easy to work with, no residue, and a shine that is the best I've seen. Not sure about the durability yet, but the initial results are encouraging.
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I gotta ask... did you use a buffer or just hand wax?
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I went over the car again with Meguiar’* Scratch X And then applied The turtle wax Ice polish liquid, VERY Impressed !! On my black car what scratches were left after the scratch X, the ice hid very well, absolutley no white residue to fill in scratches.
Have 3 coat'* on now shines like glass. also no oiley film. The Ice detailing spray works great too for quick shine !!!! I also went out and got the Ice car wash, Works great too, very few water spot'*. I think before winter I'll buy the Ice paste ,They say it last longer than the liquid.
Still wasn't completly satisfied, So I went over the entire car with Ice liquid clay bar, Then two more coats of Liquid Ice , Very happy with the results !!
Here'* a couple of pic'*!

When I used the Meguiar’* Scratch X I used a orbital buffer. Then the Ice Liquid clay bar & Ice liquid Polish by hand. After using the Liquid Clay Bar,I washed the car with Ice Car Wash, Then dryed and reapplied Ice Polish, As of now I have about 9 coats of the Polish on the car , The more Polish the deeper the shine ! Should I be considered a fanatic ? My Wife thinks so ! It only take about an hour to wax the entire car !
Can't wait to buy the Ice Paste ! I',m not sure how long the Liquid polish last, because I've been using it at least once a week ! But I would think the paste would last longer than the liquid.
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Most polishes are abrassive to some extent so I dont see how you can say you have 9 coats on, since each one you apply is most likely taking the previous one off.
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I don't think this has abrassives. I don't always believe what I read ,but I believe what I see !!


Turtle Wax® ICE™ is a clear wax formulated with completely new technology that blends silicone and hydrocarbon polymers to provide extraordinary shine and durability.

Product Benefits

Can be applied to all exterior rubber, plastic and vinyl trim to restore color and shine without leaving white residue.
Unlike conventional waxes, ICE™ can be applied in direct sunlight or on a hot surface without streaking or wax build-up.
A single application will provide extraordinary shine however, multiple layers will further increase depth of gloss and shine. Formulated with light stabilizers to protect your car’* finish from the suns damaging UV rays.
Complete kit includes a custom applicator and microfiber towel.
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