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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 19-05-2018, 10:02 PM   #1
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Done and Dusted question

I bought some done and dusted just before last Christmas and have used it for the first time today.

Iím really impressed with the results, but noticed there was a green jelly like film on the top.

It looked almost like a skin had formed on it. I gave it a really good shake but it the skin remained floating at the top of the bottle.

Has anyone experienced this before, is it normal?

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I’ve had this too, shaking ends up with little jelly like pieces floating around and it leaves what I can only call a green ring around the inside of the bottle.
No idea if it’s normal though unfortunately
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Iíve had this too, shaking ends up with little jelly like pieces floating around and it leaves what I can only call a green ring around the inside of the bottle.
No idea if itís normal though unfortunately
Thanks, thatís exactly what Iíve experienced.
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Jay: Have you considered tweak product to get little bit easier to work with? It streaks time to time for me.
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Jay: Have you considered tweak product to get little bit easier to work with? It streaks time to time for me.
I've get this too, some pretty bad streaks from this - perhaps I'm using too much? Although I just give a few sprays per panel.
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Glad Iím not only one who get streaking. It leaves a nice gloss tho .


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D&D does not like being placed over an existing wax product that has high solvent synthetic content i.e like fusso, colly etc. If you have one of these as lsp, then try it on a smaller panel area first.

It should not smear, just a couple of things to try, reduce the spray amount direct to panel, two small sprays should be able to cover a front wing etc.

If no joy then try spraying an amount direct onto the microfibre and using it that way - buff onto panel.

Re cloths, I would recommend a shorter bite cloth, say like a 360 ish gsm as over plush ones can also sometimes cause a streak effect.

It certainly should not leave a smear behind so try some of the above and let me know how you get on
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D&D does not like being placed over an existing wax product that has high solvent synthetic content i.e like fusso, colly etc. If you have one of these as lsp, then try it on a smaller panel area first.

It should not smear, just a couple of things to try, reduce the spray amount direct to panel, two small sprays should be able to cover a front wing etc.

If no joy then try spraying an amount direct onto the microfibre and using it that way - buff onto panel.

Re cloths, I would recommend a shorter bite cloth, say like a 360 ish gsm as over plush ones can also sometimes cause a streak effect.

It certainly should not leave a smear behind so try some of the above and let me know how you get on
I have Fusso at the moment so nice to know that it can cause troubles.
I use 20ml per coat so I'm not using too much. Any tweak coming ?
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I had streaking the first time I used D&D.
Used less product second time and no issues.

I have also experienced the "ring" in the bottle.
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Very easy to streak D&D, especially when itís warm out (doesnít even have to be sunny)

As suggested, if it ever happens, then you have to switch to spraying the towel and then buffing that on. Donít spray the panel at all is the only way to guarantee no streaking.


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