Turbo Wax rocks!

Discussion in 'Vendor Review: Turbo Wax' started by Leslie, Jun 21, 2009.

  1. Leslie

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    Received a sample kit of wash/wax from Tito, very impressed with the quick shipment. It takes very little of the wash, rinses very clean, wax is amazing. No problem if it gets on rubber/plastic. Products didn't irritate my skin, I am allergic to a LOT of things and this was the first wash/wax I used that I didn't have to wear gloves.


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    Best part I like about the wax is even though I went through a heavy rainstorm the next day, took this pic when I stopped for gas and a break from the t storms, car was still shiny:2tu: Rain just 'streamed' off the hood and dried streak free
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  2. QUICK SILVER

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    I use alot of griots garage product happy with it. I am also a detailer I get most of my supplies from autogeek. I am interested in turbo how does someone get samples if I like I will buy.
     
  3. Leslie

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    The turbo wash was good, I would say I saw little difference than with the other washes, didn't have the grape smell like I am used to..but that's a positive for me 'cause I don't want any fragrances on my hands with my eczema. It's definitely more concentrated than other washes I have used. I started off being a Meguire's fan, then was stuck on Zaino for the last 4 yrs, used some Adam's products too.

    I really think I was most impressed by the sheeting action of that rain storm on the hood, if that's only from the wax then I am sold. When the rain stopped and the car was getting dried from driving, it literally just dried to a perfect shine. Yeh, there's a slight 'haze' of dirt from the rainwater, but not a single rain spot. The last thing I want with a dark car is getting stuck in a rain storm then the sun baking on water spots. Those are a PITA to get off! Of course, the back end is dirty, it's a Viper haha.
     
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    Got my sample pack too. Need to get off my ass and do it though!
     
  5. Mopar Boy

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    The stuff is slick (pun intended! :))

    Mine is still shiney and it repelled water nicely a week ago when it started raining at a car show. Was the first time the car got rained on! :omg:

    Yes, did notice the no smell. Was a nice change!

    Robert
     
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    +1 Here as well... I am hooked! This stuff is awesome :headbang:

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    Thank you so much everyone for your support,It's Greatly appreciated.

    Special "Thank you" to you Robert, you were our very first customer from the forum:)
     
  8. Mopar Boy

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    It was an honour to be Juan!

    And let me say I am glad I was! :)
     
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    How do I get a sample pack? thanks
     
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    tito how clearbra friendly are your wax products, i hate that i can wax my car but not the clear bra areas for fear of the dreaded white line issues(my car is black). i use the detailing sprays or polishes(plexus).

    thanks
    benny
     
  11. Leslie

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    uhh gee thanks!
     
  12. Tito Tw

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    Leslie

    Big thanks to you ! please accept my apology if you think my comment was out of place:) The only reason I said that is because I was asking around in the beginning and no one was trusting us and he did, and so did you.

    Thank you Leslie.


    Benny

    I know exactly what you mean, our wax and spray wax are safe for your intended use. One simple solution would be to get some of the "painters tape" and place a strip between the edge of the bra and the beginning of the non-bra surface. I have taken the liberty to provide a photo of what I do. It may be a little extreme but it saves me time on certain areas. It's from the Dodge family :D
     
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  13. Mopar Boy

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    Oh nuts!:omg: Did I just cause an issue again? ;)

    No worries Leslie! You were his fastest first customer anyway you look at it!! I slacked too much on my end with winter first, then injuries..... all said and done Juan waited a LONG time for me to get my car out and use the wax so I should not get the title.

    I will give up the title if you would like it! :) I am easy to get along with!!:rolleyes:

    :D:D
     
  14. Leslie

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    no way dude I was just ribbin':lmao:
     
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    :poke::poke:

    OK. But if you ever decide you want it.... :D:D
     
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    thanks tito, thats what i thought and what ive done. if you want to come out of retirement i have a black acr you can try all your products on and make a few bucks too and im even in the neighborhood.
     
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    Thanks, I would love the opportunity. I will PM you so we can get something set up, as soon as the rain stops.:(
     

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