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Bouncers Bouncer's first began blending in 2011. What first became initial trials, turned into a full 6 month research and development process culminating into Bouncer's providing it's first wax '22' under the Dodo Juice Independent Wax Label. Licensed and marketed by Dodo Juice, this wax quickly reached a European and Global audience. With magazine features in local UK car performance magazines, it was taken up and used by professionals and users alike. '22' was also placed into the 2012 Wax product of the year nominations. An introduction of a second wax, again under the Dodo Juice IWL umbrella 'Satsuma Rock' was launched at the end of 2012. - A very high performing product offering extended durability, ease of use and sensational fragrance. Again a winner across the globe and still today a very much in demand wax. Both '22' and Satsuma Rock can be obtained via authorised Dodo Juice resellers.

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Old 26-01-2018, 02:13 PM   #31
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Congrats to the winners, I have to say the pic of the RS4 is stunning!
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Jay, should we be looking out for a parcel any time soon? No rush, just want to make sure I grab my postie if I know to expect something exciting
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Jay, should we be looking out for a parcel any time soon? No rush, just want to make sure I grab my postie if I know to expect something exciting
Yes - sorry for slight delay. - All have been sent out recorded delivery - you should get the by the w/e - Mon at latest.

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Really looking forward to the reviews on this - as I'm running low and wanting a new one
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Well mine turned up yesterday and got put straight into action

After reading the instruction which suggested 1-2” of product I went with 1.5” and topped up the 1l bottle with warm water

I’ll let the pictures do the talking to say if it works but my guess would be it removed about 80% of the grime which considering the time of the year and amount of soiling on the motor it’s not bad going at all!

Not sure if I’d consider it to replace my current go to pre wash for winter but in summer I think it’ll be very good for light soiling I bet it could be close to a touchless wash













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Recieved mine thanks. Got 2 to wash this weekend, so will get some pics & thoughts up then.
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Mine arrived late last week and I found time to wash the car yesterday. Afraid no pics but my initial thoughts are as follows:

Not too thick and doesn't overstay its welcome which is appreciated
Cleaning seems good, I have not done any cotton pads after rinsing or any slightly more rigorous checks other than "yep, it's bringing the muck off"
It seems to need a little bit more rinsing off than other foams I've used

Will keep using it in conjunction with other prewashes and see how I go.

If I wanted to use this in a pump sprayer, is there a recommended concentration or would this method of application not be appropriate?
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Mine arrived late last week and I found time to wash the car yesterday. Afraid no pics but my initial thoughts are as follows:

Not too thick and doesn't overstay its welcome which is appreciated
Cleaning seems good, I have not done any cotton pads after rinsing or any slightly more rigorous checks other than "yep, it's bringing the muck off"
It seems to need a little bit more rinsing off than other foams I've used

Will keep using it in conjunction with other prewashes and see how I go.

If I wanted to use this in a pump sprayer, is there a recommended concentration or would this method of application not be appropriate?
Yes via pump sprayer is very effective. - 30/40ml per 970/960ml of water is all that's required.

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