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Sam's Detailing Ok. It all started when I got my first car, I started getting into detailing in a big way. I was confused and overwhelmed the range of products. I started to formulate some of my own blends of snow foam using a mixture of products that are already on the market. After a while, I decided to create my own range of products that are designed, tested, developed and marketed by me.Simplicity is our strength. I avoid using complicated terms that will confuse people. The products are designed to work effectively and be easy to use whether you are a seasoned professional or first time user.

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Old 02-06-2018, 10:49 AM   #11
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Can you rinse off with normal hose or does it have to be a jet wash?
(May be a daft question, but wondered if it makes a difference)
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Can you rinse off with normal hose or does it have to be a jet wash?
(May be a daft question, but wondered if it makes a difference)


From their website, it looks like the demo video shows it being rinsed off with a normal hose, although I’ve only ever rinsed it with a pressure washer. I can’t imagine it making much of a difference tbh.

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So can someone give me an order of where in the washing process this goes, I.e after a wax, after using detail spray, after claying car

Appreciate any replies, so in to detailing but still so much to learn, thanks guys: Thumb

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I'm reply to a couple of questions above
Thanks to Niall I have learnt about this product

I have applied it to my wing mirrors, as a trial of the product, as they were always a pig to keep looking nice

I have no facility to pressure wash at the moment so I rinsed mine off with a watering can
No issues there, came straight off and no clinging of product etc
I applied it as the very last thing so it acts as a sacrificial layer to what's underneath

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Can you rinse off with normal hose or does it have to be a jet wash?
(May be a daft question, but wondered if it makes a difference)
Hi,

No difference, the video is done without a pressure washer

Thanks to both of you above for chipping in with advice! Community power Love it!
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So can someone give me an order of where in the washing process this goes, I.e after a wax, after using detail spray, after claying car

Appreciate any replies, so in to detailing but still so much to learn, thanks guys: Thumb

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Hi, this is where it can get complicated sadly. We try and keep it simple but when different folks want to bring in waxes or other items then they layering can get difficult. Some options below.

For the first time briefly:

1. Snow Foam
2. 2 bucket method --> rinse
3. Dry with Detailer
4. Glaze / Polish etc
5. Wax
6. Ceramic boost applied dry as a quick detailer

Alternative more daily

1. Snow Foam
2. 2 bucket method --> rinse
3. Sparingly apply ceramic boost to each panel and let it sit for a few seconds
4. Pressure wash off thoroughly
5. Dry Vehicle with QD aid

Another alternative

1. Snow Foam
2. 2 bucket method --> rinse
3. Dry Vehicle with Ceramic Boost as a drying aid

There are so many ways to get this product on there but I always say, Ceramic Boost should be the very very last thing going on, it's the layer that should take as much of a hit as possible.

Don't over apply it in extremely hot conditions, panel by panel is best or as a quick detailer.
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Brilliant, that’s why I love this site and the people on it as I am a novice and info sharing makes my life detailing my car so much easier,

Thanks Sams Detailing

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