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    Talking anybody try turtle waxs new ICE

    just stated to use this stuff the best thing about it is no wax left in cracks (no white left behind) you can use it on everything except glass johnny

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcjohnny View Post
    just stated to use this stuff the best thing about it is no wax left in cracks (no white left behind) you can use it on everything except glass johnny
    Cool!!!
    Patrick
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcjohnny View Post
    just stated to use this stuff the best thing about it is no wax left in cracks (no white left behind) you can use it on everything except glass johnny
    Hey GMCjohnny, Ya I've heard good things about it. I meant to pick some up the other day. So it works nice, eh? Does it come with an applicator?



    Jamie

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    1996 GMC Sierra SLE 1500 5.7L/4L60E

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    Thumbs up Awesome stuff!!!

    I got some from wal mart and I really like it no whit powder or dry markings !!! I'm real picky but turtle wax did a good job

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    I finally just saw a commercial for this stuff a couple days ago. Looks pretty good. I may have to pick some up.

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