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RadTech offers Ice Creme 2 restoration solution

imageRadTech has announced the availability of Ice Creme 2, a new version of its solution for removing scuffs and scratches from devices such as the iPod. The company says that the new version works 5x faster than the original formula when restoring damaged surfaces.

“Ice Creme enables most anyone to quickly and easily remove the scuffing, scratching and abrasion that tends to occur on highly polished acrylic panels, like those used in several consumer devices and popular computers,” says Radtech. “It quickly restores scuffed-up acrylic and plated metal products to like new condition. Ice Creme works great for occasional touch-ups, or when selling used gear. A typical, moderately damaged iPod requires approx. 15-20 minutes to fully restore.”

Ice Creme is available in two versions—regular ($20.95) for acrylic and minor metal damage, and “Ice Creme M

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Comments

1

Intresting name…
ICE CREAM!!!

Posted by Anton Jancin on August 10, 2005 at 1:47 AM (CDT)

2

Haven’t we known about IC2 for two months now?

Posted by Rae on August 10, 2005 at 9:46 AM (CDT)

3

Yep. It’s also been reviewed by iLounge.

I received my order for IC2 last week. Tested it out on the weekend. Reasonably happy with the results on the metallic back, not 100% satisfied with the outcome on the acrylic yet (v fine scratches remain).

Though I suspect a little more effort is required with the B formula to achieve the same results claimed by both Radtech and iLounge. I will continue the polishing!

Posted by Matty.G on August 10, 2005 at 10:02 AM (CDT)

4

can you explain me what the use of ice creme? is it for repairing ipod or to ‘heal’ some scratches? please inform me… thanx

Posted by Damien on August 11, 2005 at 11:51 AM (CDT)

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