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Gave the Z a once over with Dodo Juice Pro.....tadge expensive but worth it and use it sparingly as advised and it goes a long long way. IMG_0138.thumb.JPG.b034430159a3a2b104b3236ffb10be85.JPG

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looking good, love the roadster, what I don't understand is the roadster has a bigger boot and to me is more practical in my opinion, would love a yellow one!:teeth::D:thumbs:

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That looks great!! :teeth:

 

I swear by DodoJucie. It's all I ever use. :thumbs:

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Their supernatural range is pretty awesome too and Dodo Juice Red Mist! :thumbs:

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DJSN is an excellent wax, if a little pricey, but a pleasure to work with. Red Mist isn’t a great sealant, but it is a superb glass cleaner! 

 

I need to get sone more actually, you’ve just reminded me. 

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I always find red mist makes the drying time so much easier. What do you use for a spray sealant if you don't mind me asking? :) 

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I’ll occasionally use a bit of DJSN spray or some Blackfire stuff which is better but I can’t remember the name now. I’ve got some SiRamik coating spray that’s supposed to be used as a sacrificial layer when doing coatings I prefer to use these days as a final top off. 

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Many people doubt the use of colour charged waxes & whether they actually add anything at all. I used Orange Crush on my last car, yellow 406 Coupe & loved the finish it gave. Sharp, crisp & super smooth.

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Yeah dodo juice blue velvet for dark colour cars is unreal. It's the only wax I use in the summer for that super wet/gloss look.

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