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Dodo juice purple haze or blue velvet for lava grey?

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    As title says, which would you guys recommend for a lava grey a3?
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    urm... purple haze... but i know nothing about dodo juice... just like the plant :D
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    Haha, I've used purple haze before on a precious car , (flame red Clio) yet it was more a maroon colour. Just seen this other one for dark colours so not sure, recommend any other wax?
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    I used blue velvet on mine, came out quite well. Smells like blueberries, couldn't stop sniffing it :icon_thumright:
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    blue velvet.. using that on my solid black
    prefer it to blue velvet pro too
    its much more suited to darker colours.
    I hope JuicyJ will be along to second this.
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    I've just bought some poorboys nattys paste wax blue as I got a good deal, will test it out with applying some dodo juice lime prime
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    Good choice. I keep meaning to try this as you can apply "in sun or shade" which is always handy. A lot of waxes need shade and cool panels.
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