Any of you guys try this stuff? I followed the directions, and it left a greasy haze on my car. Still trying to buff it out. :soapbox:I haven't used the TW ICE liquid wax, but I have used the ICE spray wax and ICE paste polish before, and for the most part, I was satisfied the results.
Without knowing more details (how was it applied, how was it removed, was the temp too low, was the humidity too high, etc), I could only offer a guess for your situation: it sounds like too much of the wax was applied, making it difficult to buff off properly, especially if attempting to do so by hand.
If that is the case, you could hit the hazy spots with some spray wax and buff again to get it all buffed off.
Also, I have seen similar results for a couple diff waxes when I did the wax application when temp and humidity were unusual - foggy, balmy, etc.
As others have said, there are better waxes out there, but that does not mean the ICE wax is a bad product. It's OTC, and it won't stain the trim - those can be real life-savers sometimes!
Redline 3 coat pearl. They say you can apply it in the sun but I never do that with any products. I usually do it early in the morning, on a cloudy day, or in an open garage.What color is your Challenger? Did you apply the Ice in the shade when the paint surface was cool?