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Thread: Which Wax

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    Which Wax

    Which wax do you find the best for your motor? How easy is it to apply? Pro's & Con's


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    Re: Which Wax

    im using dodo juice purple haze for the bora nice and easy to apply as its a soft wax ive had the pot for neally 3 years now and it just over a quarter full

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    personally I find the deep haze terrible to use... its solid not soft thats why its lasted so long....

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    Re: Which Wax

    no the blue velvet is a hard wax the purple haze is a soft wax

    Dodo Juice Blue Velvet Carnuaba Car Wax

    Dodo Juice Purple Haze Carnuaba Car Wax
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    something tells me they advertise it wrong... if you've had a pot for 3 years and mine is hard as hell (used it about 4 times) its still like a new tub.....

    I'd say its a hard wax... soft waxes are that... they are like butter... this stuff isn't.... its more like butter straight from the freezer...

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    mine well soft a little bit goes a long way it even says soft wax on the tub so ill beleive them
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    Re: Which Wax

    At this time of year, something like Collinite 845 is a great choice, as its very easy to use (unlike the other Collinite waxes) but still has superb durability of a realistic 5-6 months or so.

    With a larger budget, I am currently using Auto Finesse Spirit at £90, which is a lovely wax to use, and probably the best available this side of £600!

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    £600 for wax!!! Just nearly fell off my chair!

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    You can spend £30k if you want! Lol!

    There's a few around the £2k mark too, like:

    Zymol Zymol Vintage 61% Carnauba Glaze from Monza Car Care

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    Zymol Zymol Royale 70% Carnauba Glaze from Monza Car Care

    I'll stick to my £90 ones lol

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    ive seen some of these crazy waxes i seen a video on youtube of some bloke detailing a masa mc12 and he was using a wax that cost a stupid amount of money

    a few people have told me about that collinite stuff dont they use it on boats and planes????
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