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Old 10-02-2018, 03:43 PM   #11
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Snow Foam help

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the misses likes it thick
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Here you go. As promised - magifoam pics, before I knew any better:



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Autobrite Superfoam or magifoam?
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EZ car care arctic meltdown... stayed on my drive for 2 days! It actually cleans pretty well too!

Best of both here especially if the missus likes it thick and clean...!
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Magifoam, the non-coloured one. Not that the colour ones made any difference. I tried the blue one and it came out white.
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Magifoam, the non-coloured one. Not that the colour ones made any difference. I tried the blue one and it came out white.
just thinking superfoam is cheaper iirc
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Old 15-02-2018, 12:57 PM   #17
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Magifoam is thick yes but you need 100-200ml to create that - as mentioned above OW takes only 20-25ml.
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Magifoam, the non-coloured one. Not that the colour ones made any difference. I tried the blue one and it came out white.
the coloured ones can stain the paint on white or very light paint to point where you need to clay
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