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Snow foam
ayox
 

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Snow foam

Only had the car a week and it's looking like this....
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Treated myself to an early Xmas present of a snow foam lance and after reading loads of good things on detailing world got some autobright magifiom to get it looking sparkling
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Should hopefully have chance to clean it on Sunday if the weathers decent, will post results and photos once it's had a full detail
25-11-2015 12:35pm
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PhilSkill
 

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RE: Snow foam

(25-11-2015 12:35pm)ayox Wrote:  Only had the car a week and it's looking like this....

Treated myself to an early Xmas present of a snow foam lance and after reading loads of good things on detailing world got some autobright magifiom to get it looking sparkling

Should hopefully have chance to clean it on Sunday if the weathers decent, will post results and photos once it's had a full detail

I had the Autobrite 1litre I got with the lance, it was ok, but it ate it's way out of the bottle! and dissolved the coating of some bolts that got left in the mess! Your 5 litre looks a bit more sturdy though.

Since then I was using Meguires Hyperwash and now use gTechniq's Snow Foam W4.

Although I now only use snow foam when the car is very bad, as with ceramic coatings a plain powerwash removes just as much.

   

   

MY12 Fuji Dynamic SD4 Manual, Pano Roof, Electric Tailgate with own Close module
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25-11-2015 09:22pm
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ayox
 

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Snow foam

Good to know, thanks!

Do you know what the dilution ratio should be or do I just fill the lance bottle the solution straight?
25-11-2015 10:32pm
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PhilSkill
 

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RE: Snow foam

I normally pour about an inch at most neat in the bottle and top up with warm water as per the pic. You could try less to start with until you find what works for you.

MY12 Fuji Dynamic SD4 Manual, Pano Roof, Electric Tailgate with own Close module
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25-11-2015 11:05pm
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