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Icon14 Fukken wax is awesome!

Just detailed my truck today. I used fukken wax on the entire exterior. Body, wheels, windows, and side bars. This wax is awesome. It removed hard water spots and anything stuck to the paint very easily as well as the windows. It has been 8 months since my truck has has a decent cleaning. Also did the interior. Used meguiars #39 to clean the panels, dash, and floor. Then used meguiars #40 to dress up the entire interior. Wish I took some before shots. Anyway, heres some after pics. It was getting dark when I took the pics so I hope they show up ok.





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Man...she looks beautiful!!!!!!!!!!! I love to see a good...well cleaned ranger :)
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Damn that looks good!
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How do you apply it?
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How do you apply it?

I just sprayed it on and used a foam applicator to spread it out. In smaller sections I sprayed the wax directly on the applicator then applied it to the exterior. Then removal they recommend a micro-fiber towel but I just always use old T-shirts and that works just fine.
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Thanks, might go pick some up tomorrow... Again truck looks great!
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Thanks, might go pick some up tomorrow... Again truck looks great!
Thanks man. I always try to keep my rides lookin good. As for the fukken wax, I believe you can only get it through their website. Can't be found in stores. www.fukkenwax.com
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Cool, thanks! only thing is i hate to wait for stuff... but i will order it..
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Cool, thanks! only thing is i hate to wait for stuff... but i will order it..

I know exactly how you feel about waiting. I didn't think it would be here for the weekend but it showed up on thursday. 2 days after I ordered it. Pretty good for ground shipping. It ships out of Michigan.
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Not bad! probably around the same time for me then....
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Looks great. Good to see another Meguiar's user-I was using #39 & #40 earlier today on my 97 Ranger also
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Looks great. Good to see another Meguiar's user-I was using #39 & #40 earlier today on my 97 Ranger also

Yeah, I always have used meguiars products but I was informed about this fukken wax and figured I would try it out and im glad I did. But I will still use meguiars products as well.
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Typically I use #83, #80, and then NXT wax on the exterior of the truck. It takes a while, but the results are worth it. A Porter Cable buffer is a must have though with that many applications.
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My uncle uses Fukken in his detail shop. sells a lot of it to high end customers. works on everything.
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looks nice just washed and cleaned out my truck today also.
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am i the only one that is probably mispronouncing Fukken Wax, lol?



truck looks real good. if i ever get some time i plan on giving the F150 a well overdue detailing
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haha i was just doing the same thing trying to come up with some clever joke about it. oh well lol
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haha i was just doing the same thing trying to come up with some clever joke about it. oh well lol


lol... i can't wait to go to an auto store and ask the guy if they have any fukken wax, lol.
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haha i was just doing the same thing trying to come up with some clever joke about it. oh well lol

I think.. you should Fukken Wax your truck.
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Truck looks darn good!
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Thats a good fukken wax job bro, looks awesome.
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lol
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How does it hold up / last?

Thanks

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every house in that picture looks exactly the same.
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How does it hold up / last?

Thanks

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They say it should last at least 2 months. I will know for sure after I wash the truck again. Its been raining like every day here so I havent had a chance to give it a wash. It does a really good job removing hard water spots and anything stuck on the paint. As for the windows its allright but not near as good as rain-x. Ive always been a meguiars nut and have been happy with every product ive used made by them but I heard this stuff was really good so I figured I would give it a try.
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