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Nice...would like to perfect my skills too.

BTW, if you aren't using Turtle Wax ICE, well, you are simply working tooooo hard at keeping your car shinny.

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Well. Brian #2 of Brian Crall's automotive who drove my 456 up to Sacto for me as a pickup while he scoured a Ferrari recycle warehouse showed me ICE

We are sold

After a wash, just use the simple applicator sponge on it, and you are D O N E !!!!

in the hot sun, no matter

no buffing: none, nada

can be applied to black areas too, which I've always used a seperate product for like Black Chrome [no longer available]

IT IS GREAT!!!!!!!!
as for pics....well, this only happened two weeks ago, and haven't picked up my bottle yet.
BUT DO, check it out...it will be my daily use one from not on

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I like Turtle Wax, it does a very good job. I use the original stuff on my daily driver but have used it occasionally on my 308. I have since been using Griot's Garage "Best of Show" wax on that car and although it takes quite an effort to buff off, it does leave a very nice finish that holds up for a very long time. The regular Turtle Wax buffs off very easy, but I find it doesn't last long.

I'll look into this "ICE" version and try it on my daily driver first.
 

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you'll like it.....did a portion of the car as he had it in his trunk on his Salen....what a guy........piece o cake
 
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