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Turtle Wax Hybrid Sealant Spray Wax Hydrophobic 500ml - Ice Seal & Shine £8.25 (Prime) £12.74 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Turtle Wax Hybrid Sealant Spray Wax Hydrophobic 500ml - Ice Seal & Shine £8.25 (Prime) £12.74 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 26th Feb

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Not a mega saving, but still good.
I use a lot of different products for my car, Autoglym, Meguiars Wax etc, but recently been looking at Ceramic Spray Wax. This comes well rated and appears to be a good price 'delivered' if an Amazon Prime member
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replicant6926/02/2020 15:46

Confused by this comment lol Its a Hydrophoic Wax spray for …Confused by this comment lol Its a Hydrophoic Wax spray for once you have cleaned your car for paint protection - nothing relating to petrol/electric/diesel


Oh, I thought it might only be for Hybrids
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Does this work on Diesels? Just asking for a friend....(embarrassed)
fedex140126/02/2020 15:43

Does this work on Diesels? Just asking for a friend....(embarrassed)


Confused by this comment lol

Its a Hydrophoic Wax spray for once you have cleaned your car for paint protection - nothing relating to petrol/electric/diesel
£7.89 on my amazon?
replicant6926/02/2020 15:46

Confused by this comment lol Its a Hydrophoic Wax spray for …Confused by this comment lol Its a Hydrophoic Wax spray for once you have cleaned your car for paint protection - nothing relating to petrol/electric/diesel


Oh, I thought it might only be for Hybrids


Ordered last time it came up as a deal here and great review that was posted on that thread.

Now I've used it, it's definitely a case of 'less is more'.

Fantastic stuff though and would easily purchase again - even at this higher price.
Edited by: "HertzVanRental" 26th Feb
HertzVanRental26/02/2020 15:54

[Video] Ordered last time it came up as a deal here and great review that …[Video] Ordered last time it came up as a deal here and great review that was posted on that thread.Now I've used it, it's definitely a case of 'less is more'.Fantastic stuff though and would easily purchase again - even at this higher price.


Funnily enough, it was this exact review that I decided to give it a go and ordered! But other videos and reviews rate it quite highly, especially compared to the Meguiars version at over double the price!

Good to hear feedback, looking forward to trying it out myself
HertzVanRental26/02/2020 15:54

[Video] Ordered last time it came up as a deal here and great review that …[Video] Ordered last time it came up as a deal here and great review that was posted on that thread.Now I've used it, it's definitely a case of 'less is more'.Fantastic stuff though and would easily purchase again - even at this higher price.


Definitely. If you put too much on, it smears a treat.
fedex140126/02/2020 15:48

Oh, I thought it might only be for Hybrids


Thanks for the comment you made me laugh.
2 for £15 looks a better deal.
Never used this, I'm still on Sonax PNS. Anyone can give a comparison?
I currently use SONAX Xtreme Brilliant Shine Detailer, so interested to see how it compares
Thumbs up here, and as said less is without doubt more !
gepw26/02/2020 18:00

Thumbs up here, and as said less is without doubt more !


Out of interest, did you apply wet or dry? Apparently both options are viable but normally with these I thought the water activated it?
Edited by: "replicant69" 26th Feb
Dry, Superb finish - might try wet next time ?
gepw26/02/2020 18:05

Dry, Superb finish - might try wet next time ?


I haven't tried it wet, but this was a comment from the previous thread:

Found it best to wash, dry then apply. Wait for it to dry a little and buff off. Found that less is more, dont flood the surface then chase it around, will end up streaky and nasty. Just make sure the cloth you take it off with is clean and dry for best results. ( even though instructions say can be applied on a wet car! )
HertzVanRental26/02/2020 15:54

[Video] Ordered last time it came up as a deal here and great review that …[Video] Ordered last time it came up as a deal here and great review that was posted on that thread.Now I've used it, it's definitely a case of 'less is more'.Fantastic stuff though and would easily purchase again - even at this higher price.


£3.57 from ECP last November was a BARGAIN! Sadly missed that deal and the current ‘SALE60’ discount code doesn’t work on this product.
Edited by: "cheekster" 26th Feb
cheekster26/02/2020 20:08

£3.57 from ECP last November was a BARGAIN! Missed the deal.


You are not wrong - I got 4 of them when that deal was posted and so little of the product is required, that will last me a very, very long time!!

Anyone who is on the fence about getting this, watch the video I posted earlier - it's simply amazing stuff and, from a limited knowledge of detailing products, it's cheap, easy to use and provides a brilliant finish.

Having purchased mulitudes of car products on HotUKDeals, it's now my go-to product for waxing the car.

Enough said.
These are supposed to be activated by water, such are Sam's detailing ceramic boost, and gtechniqs c2v3. They're all ceramic spray coatings activated by pressured water.
Once the car is cleaned and dry, apply these to each panel and simply activate with pressured water. Then either dry again using towels or the sheeting method.
replicant6926/02/2020 15:46

Confused by this comment lol Its a Hydrophoic Wax spray for …Confused by this comment lol Its a Hydrophoic Wax spray for once you have cleaned your car for paint protection - nothing relating to petrol/electric/diesel


You're correct, but it is only for cars with manual transmission.
AliRazaZulfi26/02/2020 22:16

These are supposed to be activated by water, such are Sam's detailing …These are supposed to be activated by water, such are Sam's detailing ceramic boost, and gtechniqs c2v3. They're all ceramic spray coatings activated by pressured water. Once the car is cleaned and dry, apply these to each panel and simply activate with pressured water. Then either dry again using towels or the sheeting method.


It's main ingredient is carnuba wax so not a ceramic.
jeffjack27/02/2020 03:53

You're correct, but it is only for cars with manual transmission.


How often would you apply it?
FellowPazzini27/02/2020 11:52

How often would you apply it?


Good question! From what I have read it's supposed to last 6 months.

Maguiars Ultimate car Wax (not spray, literally the paste) is also supposed to last 6 months, but I'd say every 2 months realistically.

My turtle spray arrived today, I will use at the weekend but expect to apply every 2 months.
replicant6927/02/2020 14:13

Good question! From what I have read it's supposed to last 6 months. …Good question! From what I have read it's supposed to last 6 months. Maguiars Ultimate car Wax (not spray, literally the paste) is also supposed to last 6 months, but I'd say every 2 months realistically.My turtle spray arrived today, I will use at the weekend but expect to apply every 2 months.


Yeah that's stuff I've used. Put on before the winter but it could certainly do with a new coat now. Shall wait for this shoddy weather to end before applying again, takes a quite a lot of effort really. Might try this spray and see if it's any easier
FellowPazzini27/02/2020 14:24

Yeah that's stuff I've used. Put on before the winter but it could …Yeah that's stuff I've used. Put on before the winter but it could certainly do with a new coat now. Shall wait for this shoddy weather to end before applying again, takes a quite a lot of effort really. Might try this spray and see if it's any easier


Agreed! That's why I've been looking at alternatives.

I almost purchased the Meguiars Ceramic Wax and then this Turtle Wax topped it in tests. Needless to say, it looks easy to apply (certainly no harder than paste lol) and it's a hell of a lot cheaper than paste, so nothing to lose really. Looking forward to trying it out.
FellowPazzini27/02/2020 11:52

How often would you apply it?



I applied it at the start of Janurary 2020 and would say that, whilst the water is still beading, it now needs another coat.

Therefore, realistically it would be 2 months in Winter and 3 months in Summer is what I would go for.

Dead easy to apply though - using the 'less is more' approach!
HertzVanRental27/02/2020 22:09

I applied it at the start of Janurary 2020 and would say that, whilst the …I applied it at the start of Janurary 2020 and would say that, whilst the water is still beading, it now needs another coat.Therefore, realistically it would be 2 months in Winter and 3 months in Summer is what I would go for.Dead easy to apply though - using the 'less is more' approach!


Really helpful comments, looking forward to using mine tomorrow if weather good enough or weekend
HertzVanRental27/02/2020 22:09

I applied it at the start of Janurary 2020 and would say that, whilst the …I applied it at the start of Janurary 2020 and would say that, whilst the water is still beading, it now needs another coat.Therefore, realistically it would be 2 months in Winter and 3 months in Summer is what I would go for.Dead easy to apply though - using the 'less is more' approach!


So...... finally used yesterday! Less is more - love it, that was spot on advice.

This product applies soooo well, and you feel the wax as you're rubbing it on. This product is amazing, well impressed.

2nd picture used on glass and its come up like a mirror.
Used on the alloys to protect them as well and make it easier to wash going forward.
The last picture was after a night of rain and going out to take a look this morning.

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I'd also be intrigued to know if you have used either of these from Turtle Wax:

1 - Dry and Shine
2 - Creamic Spray
Edited by: "replicant69" 1st Mar
Used mine today. Seemed really easy to put onto a dry car. I did it really fast before we went out but I think I might needed to buff off . Not too bothered as it will protect against the salty roads hopefully.
sprite12759401/03/2020 19:11

Used mine today. Seemed really easy to put onto a dry car. I did it really …Used mine today. Seemed really easy to put onto a dry car. I did it really fast before we went out but I think I might needed to buff off . Not too bothered as it will protect against the salty roads hopefully.


I didnt buff mine off.... seemed to go on so easily I couldnt see the need for buffing. My car is white though so perhaps less noticeable?
replicant6901/03/2020 19:12

I didnt buff mine off.... seemed to go on so easily I couldnt see the need …I didnt buff mine off.... seemed to go on so easily I couldnt see the need for buffing. My car is white though so perhaps less noticeable?


Definitely. I noticed after we got back I could smear it with my finger ( paint is a blue colour) so maybe needs a little buff but that's only if you look close. Standing back a meter or 2 and it looks nice and glossy. I'll see how it copes with rain and for how long but at the moment I'm really liking it.
sprite12759401/03/2020 19:29

Definitely. I noticed after we got back I could smear it with my finger ( …Definitely. I noticed after we got back I could smear it with my finger ( paint is a blue colour) so maybe needs a little buff but that's only if you look close. Standing back a meter or 2 and it looks nice and glossy. I'll see how it copes with rain and for how long but at the moment I'm really liking it.


Fair enough, I think it does say to apply and then buff off.
Same here, love it so far, just ordered 2 more bottles in case it goes up in price.... but really surprised by the results so found my new favourite
replicant6901/03/2020 20:05

Fair enough, I think it does say to apply and then buff off. Same here, …Fair enough, I think it does say to apply and then buff off. Same here, love it so far, just ordered 2 more bottles in case it goes up in price.... but really surprised by the results so found my new favourite


You did the right thing as Amazon have increased the price to £12 per bottle!
cheekster03/04/2020 11:08

You did the right thing as Amazon have increased the price to £12 per …You did the right thing as Amazon have increased the price to £12 per bottle!


Yes I noticed that the other day! Thankfully I have 3 bottles and still love using it! I use it every other wash (even tho I suppose I don’t need too) but love the finished result
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