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      03-02-2009, 04:54 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by col4bin View Post
Can someone help me understand the benefits of each? I want to try out the Dodo was on my sparkling graphite metallic car. I am between the purple haze and blue velvet. Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks.
The Dodo Juice soft waxes are said to offer slightly more depth and gloss to the finish where the hard waxes are said to offer slightly more durability. The biggest difference is going to be in the application of the wax and how it feels. The hard waxes are more like a traditional paste wax. The soft waxes, you can apply literally by your hands and you can sink your hand or applicator pad into the wax. The soft waxes feel slightly gritty, which you want to massage you hands together to melt down or fold the applicator in half and rub together to break down. It's easier to apply the hard waxes thinner IMO and also last longer.

I don't think you'll be disappointed with either wax, both are outstanding.

Keep us posted on which one you end up with and what you think of it.

George
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