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Old 01-22-2014, 04:22 PM   #15
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Very nice looking job. I tried the Turtle Wax Ice a while back and found it to be everything you said as far as ease of use, but was disappointed to find that it doesn't last very long at all. I went back to Zymol since I hate putting out that much labor for something that only lasts a few weeks and is gone.
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Very nice looking job. I tried the Turtle Wax Ice a while back and found it to be everything you said as far as ease of use, but was disappointed to find that it doesn't last very long at all. I went back to Zymol since I hate putting out that much labor for something that only lasts a few weeks and is gone.
Agreed, it doesn't last as long as your typical paste wax, but I can normally get about six months out of it...touch ups with the TW Ice auto detailer helps extend the shine also....I've also had good luck with meguires, but not nearly as easy on all surfaces as Ice...there are trade offs on everything in this wonderful life!
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I have used meguires for years and it is a great product. I was looking for something easier and quicker to apply. After using both the ICE wash and the spray wax, that is all ill use. It works great and is super easy to apply. I did fear that it wouldn't last as long but if I only have to do it twice or three times a year then Im happy. I might put a good coat of past wax on it and then maintain it with the ice. I think ICE makes a paste wax too.
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