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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-09-2008, 22:24 Thread Starter
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Dodo Juice - Supernatural

Bought some of this the other day, 65 from www.cleanyourcar.co.uk in the plastic tub.

What can i say?

It's awsome stuff, really easy to apply and not that hard to buff off either. I've been using Megs gold class wax on my ST until this arrived, and i can tell you that its not a patch on the Supernatural. I've used other Dodo Juice waxes on my ZR before but non have come close to this.

You can really tell the differance between your average wax and this super premium wax. It leaves a deep, wet, glossy, mirror finish and i believe is the best shine i've had on my ST.
I found it hard to get a good wet looking mirror finish on the White paint of the ST before, but now i've finally got the look i was after.

Worth every penny of its price tag and i wont look back.


I'll upload pictures tomorrow after a second application.


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65 for a tub of polish ? Are you completely mad ? !!

How much do you get for that much money ? I would have a divorce on my hands if i spent that on one tub of wax !

Be good to see the pics of how good it is though.
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65 for a tub of polish ? Are you completely mad ? !!

How much do you get for that much money ? I would have a divorce on my hands if i spent that on one tub of wax !

Be good to see the pics of how good it is though.
Its wax mate, 100% Pure Carnauba and Bee's wax with no chemicals or fregrances ect....

You get 200ml tub.

Well worth the money imo, has to be seen in the flesh tbh as i find pictures never do most finishes any justice.

It could be worse, theres tubs of wax out there that cost in excess of 7000!
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Couple of Shots (not the best either)....

It is quite hard to get a reflection shot on the White finish.







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Very nice.

I find the supernatural a pig to put on and take off in warm weather - watch out for the dodo gassing out and leaving hazy trails that you need to buff off again after.

Left a really nice finish on the white though. I'd be over the moon with that!
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Very nice.

I find the supernatural a pig to put on and take off in warm weather - watch out for the dodo gassing out and leaving hazy trails that you need to buff off again after.

Left a really nice finish on the white though. I'd be over the moon with that!
Cheers Emps, yeah i find its not too bad to apply but buffing off is abit of a pig like you said.
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Its wax mate, 100% Pure Carnauba and Bee's wax with no chemicals or fregrances ect....

You get 200ml tub.

Well worth the money imo, has to be seen in the flesh tbh as i find pictures never do most finishes any justice.

It could be worse, theres tubs of wax out there that cost in excess of 7000!
Zymol Royale FTW!!
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SIXTY FIVE QUID????

Actually, in fairness, your car does look pretty good.
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Carnuba and beeswax? Isn't that just old-style furniture polish?

Nice shine on the car, but for 65 quid I'd want a jar of Lucy Pinder's ear-wax.
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hey at least you didnt pay for the wooden tub! these people have no idea. you have to pay for quality although admittidly I dont think I'll be stretching to super anytime soon.

Youldnt mind trying the White dodo hard wax sometime though. (is it light fantastic or is that the soft one, I can't remember) but I tend to be more of a sealant kind of a guy so it might be a waste of money.

To get a good reflection shot, get as close to the car as possible, and look along the panel horrizontally, if you can, it may help to turn down your exposure on your camera (the brightness basically) and you should get a decent reflection,

I got this in the same manor


Thats just a wash and some Dodo red mist over 2 month old poorboys EX-P sealant.

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I use Zymol on my M3....if you're blanching at 65, probably best not to go there with that one!

Great finish on the ST. Looks great.
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I use Zymol on my M3....if you're blanching at 65, probably best not to go there with that one!

Great finish on the ST. Looks great.
65 is alot of money for wax, no matter who you are!
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You got of lightly paying 65, i got the bigger pot which is hand crafted in wood, cost me over 100 with postage, it is a very nice wax though and the pot looks fantastic






If you think that is expensive get some Zymol Royale at 6,966.55 or if you really want to push the boat out get some Zymol Solaris, 15,000 a pot, yes you read that correctly, Fifteen Thousand Pounds for car wax, but you do get it refilled for life.
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Looks good Dan.

I'm using the Dodo Orange Crush on my Clio at the moment. Smells awesome and looks good too

I need one of the Dodo Juice wash mitts. Have you seen them? They look fantastic. 20 mind!
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Looks good Dan.

I'm using the Dodo Orange Crush on my Clio at the moment. Smells awesome and looks good too

I need one of the Dodo Juice wash mitts. Have you seen them? They look fantastic. 20 mind!
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65 is alot of money for wax, no matter who you are!

The Zymol is over 200 if you get it as part of the full kit.

Dear God, it makes the car look good though.
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