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    Quote Originally Posted by martinopy View Post
    I'm not sure that labelling it as a "scene" wax is totally fair. I've found some dodo products to be very average, ie lime prime, but I think that the supernatural is a very good wax and is as good as if not better than most i've tried. The best combination for me on my imola is redmoose followed by supernatural.
    It is a good wax but nothing special, as i said biggest problem is the price, it just doesn't warrant it, and there is definately a "scene" thing going on with dodo as well as others, have a look on detailing world or clean your cars forum and you will see, you will also see who the forum sponsors are
     
     

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    I'd agree that it's a bit on the expensive side but I believe that it gives the nicest/deepest shine on my car. I think it really depends on what you look for in a wax, for me it is colour depth over durability and I belive my current combo gives very good depth. I suppose it's all down to personal preference and there certainly are some very good waxes for a lot cheaper (esp the colli) but imo the supernatural just has the edge for me.
     
     

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    it was the prime lime i used, and sorry but i just done rate the dodo range highly at all.

    and the supernatural "should" be good at £56 a tub http://www.monzacarcare.com/waxes-1/...l-wax-200ml/0/
     
     

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    not a wax, but a paste sealant finish kare 1000p. superb on dark colours, makes the paint shimmer like water with great depth. very easy to use and great as a wheel sealant to.has good durability also.
     
     

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    If its colour and depth your after try vics concours it blows sn out of the water and its half the price,its definatley the best wax ive tried this year,pinnacles waxes are supposed to produce some outstanding results also!
    I'm afraid i am with kadvr6 on this one all the way tbh with regards to not rating dodos waxes, of the products used i personally have found the lpl to be the best product of the lot, and £56 is cheap for sn it normally retails for £65, way to much imo
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockape View Post
    not a wax, but a paste sealant finish kare 1000p. superb on dark colours, makes the paint shimmer like water with great depth. very easy to use and great as a wheel sealant to.has good durability also.
    not had chance to use that yet as collis won it for me, but it does get very well rated, i have some of their top kote tyre dressing though which is an exellent product
     
     

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    liking the look of that site, zymol glasur is looking very appealing
     
     

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    ill just use my tutle wax, after i wash it, and i only wash it when it needs one
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark beardmore View Post
    liking the look of that site, zymol glasur is looking very appealing
    if you like that site have a look at elitecar care, when you get to the checkout use the code (edition38) and you get a good discount, very fast delivery and good people to deal with, just ordered some blackhole and some other bits.

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