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Old 01-07-2017, 04:55 PM   #1
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DW Wax Limited Edition

So following on from previous threads let's use this one purely for a DW limited edition wax.

The plan was to do a Si02 based wax with some money going to DW and some to the DW charity.

So what do we want, what's size and type of pot? 100ml, 200ml, glass, metal tins etc....

Do you want a Si02 show wax, durable wax or a good all rounder?

If we get the ball rolling with this people may be able to collect them at waxstock , not making any promises though!


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Old 01-07-2017, 05:06 PM   #2
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100ml, metal tin and Si02 show wax for me please
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200ml, glass, all rounder
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A wax that you can clearly see on the paintwork after it has cured fully
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If we could go for a 100ml wax tin that's based on a si02 blend for durability but has the gloss of a show wax so we have the best of both worlds

If we go for a darker colour it'll be easily detectable on any colour paint but the scent is where I can never decide but please not something silly like rhubarb and custard (jay will know why I've said this one) or bubble gum, he has some new scents that really are very distinguishable and don't smell like the usual artificial scents you can get, the raspberry he's just got is awesome

100ml will keep the price where everyone can be involved and the wax itself should appeal to everyone
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Old 01-07-2017, 07:24 PM   #6
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If we could go for a 100ml wax tin that's based on a si02 blend for durability but has the gloss of a show wax so we have the best of both worlds

If we go for a darker colour it'll be easily detectable on any colour paint but the scent is where I can never decide but please not something silly like rhubarb and custard (jay will know why I've said this one) or bubble gum, he has some new scents that really are very distinguishable and don't smell like the usual artificial scents you can get, the raspberry he's just got is awesome

100ml will keep the price where everyone can be involved and the wax itself should appeal to everyone
Spot the guy with the white car, what about us with dark cars that we work on
Wouldn't it be awesome if there was some kind of day glow stuff you could add to waxes that came off with normal removal techniques. Not planting seeds her Jay you've more than enough on buddy.

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Spot the guy with the white car, what about us with dark cars that we work on
Wouldn't it be awesome if there was some kind of day glow stuff you could add to waxes that came off with normal removal techniques. Not planting seeds her Jay you've more than enough on buddy.
I'm easy on colour I'm more concerned about the scent than colour 😂😂



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I like to see a 200ml Glass jar show wax as I'm guessing the Si02 should give it some durability. If we go 100ml a glass jar again if possible
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100ml or 200ml glass jar...its gotta be a glass jar & a good all rounder would do me...
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Think the comments about it being 100ml to keep as many interested is spot on and agree with the above comment re glass it just feels more luxurious to me. Pretty easy going on scent just not aniseed or liquorice 🤢 Colour, brighter/more vivid the better and I'd go an si02 show wax
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