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    Default Wax, hard or soft? Also storage

    So whats best or whats the main difference in why people choose either the hard waxes or the soft ones? What did you choose and why?

    Also, where/how should these be stored?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sig View Post
    So whats best or whats the main difference in why people choose either the hard waxes or the soft ones? What did you choose and why?

    Also, where/how should these be stored?

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    Dodo juice states:

    theres no difference between the two from a performance point of view, but hard wax is better suited for people who apply using an applicator. Soft wax is better for people who apply using their hands.

    with regards to storage, you just need to store it in a cool dark place, they reckon that its not needed to store them in the fridge because it not warm enough.

    if you've point total vx this month - theres a big write-up by dodo juice all about cleaning your car properly.

    cheers.

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    As above, i prefer the soft wax's as i like to apply by bare hands, you do end up putting more wax on than you would with an applicator though. All my wax's and thats a few are left in the garage and never had any issues with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judas View Post


    if you've point total vx this month - theres a big write-up by dodo juice all about cleaning your car properly.

    cheers.
    sorry that should be bought not point.....dufus......lol

    its on page 115

    cheers

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