Well, yesterday I bought a bottle and took it home. Used my trusty Mr. Clean Auto Dry to wash my truck and then let it sit in the hot sun for an hour.
Came back out, moved my Taco into the shade, let in cool down, and started applying the Turtle Wax. It says on the bottle to do only small sections at a time. I said f**k it, and did one half of the truck before removing it figuring it would cure to the paint better the longer it sits on there and also since 8 months ago was when I waxed her up last.
I was surprised at how easy it was to apply and remove. I was not really taking my time and got it on my black rubber weatherstrippings, mudflaps, and on my black plastic lower bumper. I was suprised at how easily it came off of the black pieces and it didn't leave any white residue either!
After it was all said and done, I had a very shiney, better-than-new looking finish. The surface of the paint was so slick that I couldn't even keep a clean terry-cloth towel on the hood without it sliding off (I was parked on a bit of an incline).
Needless to say I am very very happy with Turtle Wax's new product and it performed better than Meguiar's Gold Class Liquid Wax which I used last year. Not sure if it beats Zaino, but then again, I don't want to spend the extra $$$ on it. If you're looking for an inexpensive wax that looks awesome go grab a bottle of this stuff. You'll love it!
P.S. - I took some pics of my truck after it was all waxed up so I'll post them just as soon as I get a chance. Also, I will keep you all updated as my truck gets rained on in order to determine how this wax holds up to the elements.