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Turtle Wax ICE Synthetic Valeting Kit was £14.97 now £7.48 @ Tesco Direct

£7.48 @ Tesco Direct
This looks like a good one. This Turtle Wax ICE Synthetic Valeting Kit can be used on all vehicle exterior surfaces (except glass) and can be applied in direct sunlight. It leaves no white powdery re… Read More
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
This looks like a good one.
This Turtle Wax ICE Synthetic Valeting Kit can be used on all vehicle exterior surfaces (except glass) and can be applied in direct sunlight. It leaves no white powdery residue and includes a soft microfibre cloth and applicator.

Microfibre cloth and applicator included
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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
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It does look good, thanks for posting Marzz :)
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:roll: GREAT DEAL
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I have just tried using this stuff today, and it is a total waste of money. It comes with an applicator pad/sponge and a microfibre cloth, but the "liquid polish" is utterly useless.

I cleaned my car first with Turtle Wax Zip Wax and got the worst of the water off with a blade and microfibre mit, but left some droplets on which evaporated in the sunlight leaving small water marks. At first I wasn't concerned about these, thinking the polishing stage would easily remove this.

I followed the instructions on this polish - use with pad, apply to section of the car, leave for 3-5 mins, then remove with microfibre cloth and buff to a shine. The problem was this couldn't even shift the water marks that were at most 20 mins old. Clean sections of the car it gave no noticeable improvement, and sections with water marks still had them.

In the end I went back over the car with a damp microfibre mit, and buffed dry with another mit. Gave a much better finish than this so called polish.

I had been put off products like Meguirs and Auto Glym because of the price, but these budget imitators do a lousy job.
#4
This is a fairly poor product that is over priced. :(

It may look okay after application, but will not offer any decent protection, and will fall off.

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