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Old 23-02-2018, 06:49 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Ben Gum View Post
Our liquid clay has issues in the cold. Magma is, apparently, a different formulation so you might be better sticking with it.

Autoglym- you have cloud point issues, I know it is cold at this time of year but you should get the formulations guys to get a bit of hydrotrope in there.
Not an expert by any means, but I thought cloud point issues tend to occur at too high a temp? Happy to learn a bit more though if incorrect?
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