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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike.Phillips@Autogeek View Post
    By the way, the bottle touts that the wax contains Brillium
    Wasn't that in the hair goop that was better than greasy kid stuff?

    Max is missing the boat. He needs a catchy secret ingredient. I can just see the next batch of Fuzion emblazoned with:

    "CONTAINS 100% UNOBTAINIUM"

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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    I do remember seeing a bottle of it in my Dad's car in the early 60's with J-Wax also.
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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    Quote Originally Posted by TLMitchell View Post
    Wasn't that in the hair goop that was better than greasy kid stuff?

    Max is missing the boat. He needs a catchy secret ingredient. I can just see the next batch of Fuzion emblazoned with:

    "CONTAINS 100% UNOBTAINIUM"

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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    Man, Brylcreem............is that still around?
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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    Quote Originally Posted by zoomzoom mazda5 View Post
    Man, Brylcreem............is that still around?
    It was actually Vitalis, but I knew what you were thinking. I'm not sure if it is aound or not.

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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    Where do you get antique car care products? How big is your collection Mike? I've seen others that you have posted. A guy a worked for, the business had been around since 1897 and he has old oiland transmission fluid bottles and a bunch of misc 1900 era stuff not because he collects it, he just doesn't throw anything away. He didn't even realize the stuff was collectable.

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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    Quote Originally Posted by IndeedSS View Post
    It was actually Vitalis, but I knew what you were thinking. I'm not sure if it is aound or not.
    I believe so....Here you go....Vitalis, Brylcreem, Wildroot Cream Oil, Butch Waxes, etc......

    If they're not in stock at stores like Wal-mart, Target (in the men's shaving stuff aisle, next to bottles of ElectraShave) you can buy them here....

    Amazon.com: Vitalis Hair Tonic For Men 7 oz.: Beauty

    Amazon.com: Brylcreem Hair Cream Original - 5.5 Oz.: Health & Personal Care

    Amazon.com: Wildroot Hair Dressing - 8 Oz: Beauty

    Amazon.com: Suave Groom & Clean Greaseless Hair Control, 4.5 oz.: Beauty

    Amazon.com: Murrays Superior Hair Pomade 3 oz.: Beauty

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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    Quote Originally Posted by IndeedSS View Post
    It was actually Vitalis, but I knew what TLMitchell was thinking. I'm not sure if it is aound or not.
    Couldn't edit my earlier post.

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX725 View Post
    I believe so....Here you go....Vitalis, Brylcreem, Wildroot Cream Oil, Butch Waxes, etc......



    If they're not in stock at stores like Wal-mart, Target (in the men's shaving stuff aisle, next to bottles of ElectraShave) you can buy them here....


    Amazon.com: Vitalis Hair Tonic For Men 7 oz.: Beauty

    Amazon.com: Brylcreem Hair Cream Original - 5.5 Oz.: Health & Personal Care

    Amazon.com: Wildroot Hair Dressing - 8 Oz: Beauty

    Amazon.com: Suave Groom & Clean Greaseless Hair Control, 4.5 oz.: Beauty

    Amazon.com: Murrays Superior Hair Pomade 3 oz.: Beauty


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    I can't use any of that hair stuff anymore. LOL

    Brillium - I was intrigued enough about it that I sent an email to TW. I have a feeling there will be no answer to what it is.

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    Re: Antique Turtle Wax with Brillium

    Quote Originally Posted by IndeedSS View Post
    It was actually Vitalis, but I knew what you were thinking. I'm not sure if it is aound or not.
    If you know what kind of bizzarro stuff I'm thinking you must be a sick agent, I'd suggest professional help and perhaps some couch-time. Didn't seem to help me a bit though...

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