Why won't Ice Liquid dry like regular wax and
polish? How do I know when to wipe or
Ice Liquid is not a traditional
polish. It contains high levels of polymer shine
ingredients, a clarified carnauba wax, and synthetic and
natural oils to glide on and off the paint surface
without leaving swirl marks or fine wiping marks on high
reflective automotive surfaces. It will not dry to a
"powder" like regular wax. Ice is ready to remove when
uniform wetness from application fades to a semi-wet
surface. This takes 5 minutes or longer depending on the
How much Ice Liquid is needed to polish an
average size vehicle?
Ice polish is a
concentrated polish and only about 2 to 3 ounces is
needed to polish an entire car including all the trim.
This is about half the amount of ordinary wax that's
required for waxing.
Should I wipe and buff hard to get a better
No, just the opposite. Actually,
lighter pressure and slower wiping will leave more even
protective and shining ingredients behind. A deeper
richer shine will also result from light slow wiping.
The best way to remove excess polish is to fold and
quarter the micro fiber cloth. Use only one side of the
quartered cloth to remove excess polish. Turn the cloth
over and continue to wipe to a high gloss even
What happens if I get Ice on the
Ice Liquid is not recommended for use
on Windshields as it will cause wiper blades to smear
and could impair vision while driving. However Ice
Detailer Spray can be used on all washable and cleanable
surfaces including other than windshield glass, tail
light lenses, and headlight lenses.
I have a light colored car if the polish is
clear how will I know where it is or where to
Ice Liquid Polish is very easy to
apply and will leave a paint finish looking wet during
application. Just wait 5 to 10 minutes before wiping
with a micro fiber cloth if you can't see the polish
well after application. Make sure to wipe each section
thoroughly and finish with a light wipe with the micro
fiber cloth as per instructions.
How long will Ice Polish
Ice polish will cause water to bead on
an automotive finish like a fine wax or polish. Ice will
bead water and shine for at least 3 to 4 months under
normal weathering conditions. However Ice is easy to use
and works so well on all exterior surfaces including
plastic, chrome, and rubber you may find yourself
applying the product more often to maintain a high
When should I re-apply Ice
Re-apply Ice when the finish starts
to lose water repellency. Do not wait for the finish to
become dull. Apply Ice at least 4 times a year to keep
the finish protected. Ice can be applied frequently if
Will multiple coats of Ice Polish build up a
Ice Polish is self cleaning, will
dissolve old wax and polish, and deposit a new
protective matrix with each application.
What if my car is dull, has lots of haze and
micro scratches, will Ice restore the
No. Ice is not a restorative polish.
It is a polish designed to enhance and maintain the
reflective properties of a new or like new looking
finishes, exterior plastic and rubber trim.
Why can't the micro fiber cloth be laundered
in a wash machine?
Micro fiber performance
will diminish if washed with cotton materials. Micro
fiber cloths are very durable and can be used over and
over. Always wash the micro fiber cloth by hand with a
little dish washing liquid in water or with car wash.
Rinse and line dry.
I used too much product on my car and the Ice
Polish is streaking badly and the streaks won't go away
even after wiping with the micro fiber towel, what do I
Dampen a soft terry towel with water
and re-wipe the streaky areas. Finish wiping to even the
shine with a dry terry towel. Another option is to
purchase additional micro fiber cloths at a local auto
store to finish the job. Save the extra micro fibers for
the next time the polish is applied.
Can I use an orbital buffer to buff Ice
Yes, an orbital buffer can be used
to remove excess polish. Finish with a final wipe of the
micro-fiber cloth to produce uniform gloss and
Can I use Terry towels instead of the
micro-fiber cloth that is included with the
Yes, Cotton cloths can be used to
remove excess polish. Polishing only with terry cloths
could leave the finish looking streaky with light and
dark patches. Always finish polishing with the micro
Is Ice Polish compatible with other
Yes, Ice Liquid polish can be used if
a previous wax has been applied. If the car has been
recently waxed, wait a week and re-wash the vehicle
before applying Ice.
My vehicles finish has a lot of plastic and
rubber trim, do I need to do anything special in
applying Ice to these surfaces?
No, apply a
thin coat of Ice to all surfaces paint, rubber, plastic
and seams uniformly. Apply Ice even on plastic decals
and on car emblems. Lightly wipe all surfaces with one
side of the micro- fiber cloth to remove excess polish,
and turn cloth over and re-wipe to a high gloss crystal
clear reflective shine.
Does Ice Liquid work on Chrome or other
Ice Liquid polish will clean shine
and protect highly polished metals and produce a mirror
like shine. Ice will produce a crisp clear reflection on
highly polished chrome, aluminum, stainless steel brass
or copper. It does not, however, contain abrasives and
will not remove oxidation or corrosion on