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« on: August 13, 2007, 07:02:49 PM »



So I finally gave this product a try after hearing so much about it in our club.  I was lucky I got the bottle on sale for 8.99$ from 19.99$.

Now I never really waxed before, so I may not have the right tecnique, but what I can say is that when I was finished, it had the smoothest feeling I ever felt on the body.  REAL SMOOTH.  Now as for shine, I am not sure if it shined more than it did after a good wash and shammy.

The application was simple (applicator included in package with a microfibre cloth as well) it states to apply and wait to let the wax HAZE, I never noticed it HAZE, so I waited about 1 minute before I started to remove it.

One thing I did notice today after a light sun shower was how the water beaded beautifully around the TEK and rolled right off...

So if I were to rate this product on 10 I give it a 7, if I were to notice a SHINE or something extravagent it would be a 9... Nothing is perfect.
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« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2007, 02:32:32 PM »

Dice, Dice, Dice, my how you do things the hard way. The Eagle 1 Nano wax that I use comes in a spray bottle. WAY easy and fast. Oh and the Wax As You Dry is also a spray on wipe off deal. And since my Tek is PEWTER neither show any haze that needs to be buffed off.
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« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2008, 12:44:17 AM »

I've been useing turtlewax "ICE" since it came out, & I HATE turtlewax products.  but until eagle comes out w/ a synthetic wax that applies & dries clear (so it doesnt mess up my plastic) i'm gonna keep using it.  It does work well, my buddy commented while standing in his garage during a rainstorm... "what kind of wax do u use? cuz your truck isnt wet yet!"
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« Reply #3 on: August 02, 2008, 07:45:44 AM »

Nanowax and wax as you dry will do that, plus you can just spray them all over the vehicle. It's safe on all surfaces including windows (no more rain-x) and I discovered yesterday that nanowax works great on the rubber moldings around the windows. It really has no effect on the cladding though so a different protectant has to be used there. I'm waiting on a better tire treatment from Eagle One. The one I just bought goes on really thick and I had to wipe off close to half of it. This product is packaged in a plastic bottle that has a sponge applicator built in. Plus it was that uber shiney stuff that I don't really care for.
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« Reply #4 on: August 03, 2008, 02:19:04 AM »

did they come out w/ a clear synthetic liquid??? not spray wax right?Huh spray wax doesn't hold up like an applied wax, detail use only.  last time i used nanowax it was a white paste that left streak marks, and took me  like 8 hours just to wax it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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« Reply #5 on: August 03, 2008, 08:20:53 AM »

I agree that the nanowax spray isn't all that durable, but wax as you dry spray is. It also comes in a spray bottle. Sprays on with more of a wax color but as you rub it in with a soft drying cloth it totally disappears. Since your Tek is black there may be a slight haze to buff off. As far as time goes, I was the first Tek at the rally to be washed. By the time the last Tek went through, I was completely detailed to include windows, cladding, window trim, tires, and wheels.
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