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    to be honest mate, ive never used any wax before. i did buy turtle icewax but never got round to using it. ended up using showroom shine which which seemed to work well for gloss but was terrible at removing embedded dirt like tree sap etc..

    meant to be an all in one clean and shine solution. dont get me wrong results are pretty good, but im concerned about long term use on my paintwork. so moving away from it.
     
     

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    I never trust this all in one stuff.. if it was that easy then the professionals wouldn't use so many different products!!

    Also turtle icewax is rubbish.. just leaves your car covered in white residue everywhere!! best thing for that is sitting it on a shelf because the bottle looks pretty good lol
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    lol its in my draw somewhere, never used dont plan too either!
     
     

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    i use poorboys ex-p topped with nattys red then nattys blue, after a few days(usually next wash) i then apply a coat of zaino z8!
     
     

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    I used to use Turtlewax Platinum wax, but ran out and I'm now using some free Meg's Gold Glass and have been pretty impressed so far.

    Once that runs out, I'm going to try some Collnite 476s as everyone seems to rave about it and it is supposed to last ages - which seems perfect!

    I need to clay my car at some point - reckon I'll try some the Bilt Hammer stuff that only needs water as a lube.
     
     

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    Megs #7 and #16 as well as a whole host of 3M polishes.
     
     

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