Now Let me tell you, this stuff works easily and quickly, and most importantly leaves a great shine. I started with a basic car wash, which did a good job of getting the months of dirt and dust off the car. That is usually about as far as I get when cleaning my car, but not this time. I decided to go the whole nine yards! (Which appearntly has nothing to do with football, actually a WWII phrase for fighter pilots emptying all nine yards of belt fed machine gun bullets.) Next I used the Ice Liquid Clay Bar, which needless to say I had some reservations about using. The clay goes on much easier then the standard clay bar, which means a lot if you have ever clayed a car. It did a great job of evening out the surface and getting rid of all the junk that naturally accumulates in paint of an older car. I am not sure if it works quite as well as a standard clay process, but if you are doing it yourself the time saved is definitely worth it. Next on the car care list is a good waxing, to keep paint shiny for a long time there is perhaps nothing more important then waxing. I used the Ice Liquid Polish which can actually be used in direct sunlight, and does not leave behind a nasty white residue. Usually when I have waxed my car in the past I have spent a good portion of my time getting the white out of every crevice it could possibly get into, not with the new Ice line from Turtle Wax. Also newly developed for the Ice line is the ability to get the wax on everything from chrome, plastic and almost everything else on the exterior of your ride.