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Old 27-12-2011, 20:33   #1 (permalink)
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DODO WAX LIMITED OFFER

Just a quick heads up for the Dodo lovers.

We have just launched a 15% off promo which lasts until midnight new years eve.

The offer is 15% off our already low priced 250ml Dodo wax pots, making them all 25.46 this includes free applicator and pro use microfibre cloth.

Whats even better for the MGZR forum members is that your discount code works too!!


thanks for looking

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Old 27-12-2011, 20:43   #2 (permalink)
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^great price especially with the freebies!

i think i may purchase a tester pot of dodo blue velvet before committing...whats the postage cost on that?
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Old 27-12-2011, 23:17   #3 (permalink)
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Maybe in for this long as char not see it as just spent a load on cleaning products.

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Great offer. Still get 10% forum discount too.

Unsure if I should go for blue velvet or purple haze. What's the difference between hard and soft wax??
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^ Both would be good for your car.

"Hard waxes are easier to spread thinly as its harder to load the applicator too much.

Soft waxes are easier to apply by hand as you can scoop a small amount out with your finger wheras hard waxes require your to rub your hand around the top of the wax to melt it.

Dodo used to say their hard waxes had the edge on durability and there soft waxes had the edge on looks.

Ive never seen any evidence to say that harder waxes will last longer on the car nor any to say that softer waxes look nicer once applied.

Personally i prefer the harder waxes for the ease of application."
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If I didn't still have shedloads of Dodo left I'd be snatching your hand off with that offer
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^ Both would be good for your car.

"Hard waxes are easier to spread thinly as its harder to load the applicator too much.

Soft waxes are easier to apply by hand as you can scoop a small amount out with your finger wheras hard waxes require your to rub your hand around the top of the wax to melt it.

Dodo used to say their hard waxes had the edge on durability and there soft waxes had the edge on looks.

Ive never seen any evidence to say that harder waxes will last longer on the car nor any to say that softer waxes look nicer once applied.

Personally i prefer the harder waxes for the ease of application."

Cheers, good advise.

Any advance from anyone else?
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Used Purple haze on mine,was quite simply one of the easiest wax on wax off jobs ever,no matter how long you left it,gives a deep wet look
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