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    Well, I've Used Turbomgt's Products and They're "Aces", in my book,,,,,

    Not looking to give bouquets where they're not warranted, not being paid to say this, either. Just dutifully reporting on my experience with some of Turbomgt's products that I got off his website. I used both the pre cleaner and the poly sealant and I gotta say,,,,,,,,without a doubt,,,,,,,,,,,that THEY ARE THE BEST DAMN PRODUCT FOR WHAT THEY DO that I've ever tried. And after 45+ years of trying just about everything and anything that purports to give a shine to a piece of painted metal,,,,,,I believe I am more than qualified to state that opnion. I don't have pics yet, but let me tell you how it came down.

    I'm a Meguiar's kinda guy - their professional products, please. Been happy with them - they do the job better and the shine lasts. It's a wax that I use - always been a wax aficiando.

    This year, I was swayed to try out Turbo's products. I was looking to experiment and thought what the Hell, may as well patronize a fellow member, eh? So I picked up a few products and had at the Mustang last week. This is a car that has acrylic enamel paint; NOT clearcoat.

    I washed the car. I clayed the car. I washed the car again. Then I applied Turbo's pre-cleaner product. And I was SHOCKED at the black gunk that was pulled out of the paint by that product,. The car's colour is Light Pewter Metallic and I figured that the clay job would have taken care of all that - I was wrong and his stuff proved it!

    I followed up with his poly seal and the car now glistens in the sun. When you see the pics you'll understand. IT looks "dipped" in liquid polish.

    Thanks Turbo, for bringing these professional products to our eager hands - they out-perform anything I've used,,,,,,and I used just about all of them at one time or another.

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    Re: Well, I've Used Turbomgt's Products and They're "Aces", in my book,,,,,

    Thanks for the review... guess it's time to suck it up and just buy some.

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    Re: Well, I've Used Turbomgt's Products and They're "Aces", in my book,,,,,

    Frost, thanks for the review. That is what I have been telling people all along, try my pro line and compare it to anything you are using. Hands down, you will save money, spend less time detailing, and look back at the shine and wonder why you would use anything else. I look forward to seeing the pics. Gary

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    Re: Well, I've Used Turbomgt's Products and They're "Aces", in my book,,,,,

    Update on the car, folks. I arrived at the action on time - my car didn't. When it finally showed up, the guy bent the antenna taking it off the transport Swell, now I've got a '72 Mustang that's been cherried to the hilt, with a drunken looking antenna hanging crazily to one side - and it can't be repaired - not in time for it to go over the block on Saturday afternoon.

    I AM PISSED!

    Pure pandemonium at the check in place, too. Think of 500+ classic and antique cars, all cherried out, trying to get through a single dock opening to get registered, stickered, then driven to theri allotted spot - in an orderly fashion. Christ, I thught these were pros doing this auction.

    Finally got placed, wiped the car down, threw the cover on it and left before I lost it and comitted an act of aggression on someone - like the pinhead beside me who was raising up a misted cloud of ARMOR-ALL that hung in the air like a bad smell of the silicon that it is, waiting to come to rest on anything within 50 feet of said pinhead.

    ",,,,,,,,,,,,and Jesus Wept."

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