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Old 08-11-2018, 12:32 PM   #31
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Out of all the shampoos iv been using & testing over the summer Ultra foam shampoo is by far the slickest shampoo iv used.
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Out of all the shampoos iv been using & testing over the summer Ultra foam shampoo is by far the slickest shampoo iv used.
Good shout Jeff, UFS is a cracking shampoo ...would be interested to know out of the new brands you are to be stocking, which has the slickest shampoo you have used

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I can't reccomend Bilt Hambers auto wash shampoo enough. 5ml into 10l of water and you have a fantastic slick shampoo with the best cleaning power available in my opinion.
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Old 09-11-2018, 10:34 AM   #34
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Good shout Jeff, UFS is a cracking shampoo ...would be interested to know out of the new brands you are to be stocking, which has the slickest shampoo you have used

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Out of the new Brands, excluding Adam's, then Griot's best of show wash & wax is very slick but that's a close call with mastersons Mystic Snow Foam Car Wash. Very impressive shampoos. As a whole Ultra Foam takes it for me, in the bucket and on the wash pad, i notice a considerable difference compared to all the other brands.
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Gyeon Bathe is very good and I add a capful of ONR to slick things further.

It may grate on a few, but Johnson & Johnson Baby Shampoo is also very slick for car washing, ditto ad ONR. Very cheap too. Although I dare say that it could be rebottled, badged JismCar and sold for 10x cost.
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Gyeon Bathe + is good and leave a slick layer. Great if short on time.


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Like many previous posts I'm a big fan of 1900:1, so much so I've passed lots of it onto friends and family and even got my Dad a 5 Litre tub last time he asked me for a recommendation.
On the other hand if you're after something different, I really like AM Bubbles from AM Details. The only downside is the cost per wash is a little high due to the postage cost.
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I'm going to be controversial here and say the Paul Dalton Shampoo.

It is a really nice shampoo, and in my NZ sn leaves the least streaks out of all the shampoos I've tried.
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