Whoever invented Snowfoam deserves a medal

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jk88
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Whoever invented Snowfoam deserves a medal

Post by jk88 » Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:31 pm

Never seen my poor old GTS looking so filthy after a few days driving around in the snow last week. As today had warmed up to a balmy 8 degrees, decided to give it a wash.

After the just 10 mins under a coat of Snowfoam (ValetPro in this case) the car looked almost clean and only took the same as usual quick two-bucket wash to finish it off. Must admit I was expecting it to take a lot more effort considering the state it was in.
Macan GTS - Mar 17
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martin5789
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Re: Whoever invented Snowfoam deserves a medal

Post by martin5789 » Sun Mar 04, 2018 4:15 pm

Snow foam's great. A good ceramic coating's even better. Mine cleans itself if it's filthy and gets driven in the rain :D Well not really but it does come back cleaner. Snowfoam plus coating should mean you are 'washing' a clean car which is what you want really.
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Re: Whoever invented Snowfoam deserves a medal

Post by DeeJay K » Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:59 am

I totally agree!!

I tend to use SF as a 'touchless' wash to prevent adding any swirls to the paintwork and it usually gets the car 95% clean if it has been coated by a ceramic coating first. Because it so quick to apply and then rinse off when its done its stuff, I can do it more frequently and its not a chore.
BTW, have a look at Bilt Hamber (no association) for a great SF - You tube Review at 'Forensic Detailing'.


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