Best Spray wax for New Jeeps?

  1. Minty JL

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    I seriously do agree with you. I normally spray wax after every wash.......but ceramic is the way to go.

    Instead of getting some ceramic goodness, I've been buying Jeep parts......hope y'all can agree with my priorities.
     
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    Just tried Ice the first time. Works good on plastic bumpers and fenders as well. Will try Seal and Shine next time.
    ice can be used on glass, rubber, plastics.......no white residue.

    A rag soaked with Isopropyl alcohol helps take the bugs off the windshield quicker and easier too. Also takes sap off of paint or glass quickly too.
     
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    #63 Aug 15, 2019
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    Make sure you mention BIG DIFFERENCE between Ice wax versus TW Ice Seal and Shine Ceramic...

    The Ceramic Seal and Shine is MILES better than the wax... (as is the case for nearly all the spray Ceramic's).

    Seal and Shine Ceramic is good stuff... Ice "wax"... Not so much.
     
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    I have found the TW Ice to attract dust while off roading, my jeep is always the most dusty. Is the Seal and Shine better at keeping the dust from sticking?
     
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    #65 Dec 6, 2019
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    For the interior i have been using coconut oil. I dilute 1:1 with distilled water in a spray bottle. So far works really well on the whole interior, is great for leather and your skin.
     
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    Use this it's Turtle Wax but AMAZING. You can actually see me taking the picture
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    I have been using Croftgate USA products for over 7 years now and refuse to go to anything else. For spray on's they have a few options but the best shine you can get anywhere (short of ceramic coating) is their Endure XXL. It lasts 6 months or longer and I use quick & slick in between applications. The only time a hose ever hits my JL's is after mudding and that is just to knock off the big stuff. Otherwise I use their Wash & Wax or Aquinil X for regular cleaning.
    You can check out for the line. I am not affiliated with them, just a customer that loves the stuff.
     
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    I have used Adams Polishes spray detail for quite sometime now. I have been very impressed with results and doesn’t hurt that it smells great. I use their products on every vehicle I own. Prior to using their Spray detail I used Mcguires ultimate quick wax.
    I am curious about Adams UV Ceramic coatings. I’m going to do more research on it to see if it is actually legit or a gimmick. Doesn’t break the bank so I am curious.

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    It's not a spray, but is easily applied to a wet vehicle and rinsed off. It can be applied to any surface material including glass. One application has lasted about six months on my Rubi.

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    I used Ice Seal and Shine this weekend.

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    Tried TW Ice Seal and Shine Ceramic hybrid based on what I read here this afternoon.
    I cannot say how it will hold up yet, but I can say that I was amazed how easy it went on. Basically zero buffing. Just a quick and easy wipe and that was it.
    I have tried a "professional" ceramic a couple years ago on my last car and it worked really well, but it was a real pain to apply. I found it easier to apply wax every 2 months than just one time of that ceramic.
    Totally different story with TW Ice Seal and Shine Ceramic though. So far, I'm sold.
     
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    I use TW Ice also and was wondering if other brands are better?
     
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    I just started using the Turtle Wax Hybrid Ceramic and Mothers clay bar. I applied it last week and will wait a bit before posting results, but so far im amazed.
     
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    Do you know if the TW Hybrid Ceramic is as easy to apply as the TW ICE? Does the Ceramic turn black plastic or rubber white? Looking forward to your feedback.
     
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    Great questions. The Hybrid Ceramic was SUPER easy to apply. Spray a little 1'x1' area, whipe off. Didnt need to buff. I used the stuff on my black plastic fenders (Sport S) and after 1 week, no white. I didnt apply to the bumper and you can tell the fenders look so much better and beats water like crazy. I made a video about clay barring my jeep and then applying the ceramic. Took me maybe 1 hour for the entire jeep! I will post the video in a few days I think. Its been raining here in the PNW for a week so its a good test to see how resistant it is to rain.
     
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