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View Poll Results: wHAT ARE YOUR STEPS?
PW rinse, TFR, PW rinse, snow foam, PW rinse 13 12.38%
TFR, PW rinse, snow foam, PW rinse 10 9.52%
snow foam, PW rinse, TFR, PW rinse 7 6.67%
snow foam, PW rinse 57 54.29%
TFR, PW rinse 15 14.29%
PW rinse, TFR 3 2.86%
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Old 10-06-2017, 10:05 AM   #1
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What are your steps?

What are your steps before you actually wash your car with the 2BM?

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Old 10-06-2017, 10:27 AM   #2
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Spray front end with Gyeon Bug (leave to dwell), fallout remover (part 1) on all areas which need it (if needed), wheels sprayed with wheel cleaner and washed with brushes and cloths from wheel bucket, then foamed, rinsed with PW



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TFR then PW rinse
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Old 10-06-2017, 11:46 AM   #4
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VP Citrus Prewash or KC Green star
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Snow foam Carchem or OW Blizzard
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Soft black paint so try to remove as much as possible
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Autoglanz bug off this time of year, followed by BH Autofoam via pump sprayer then pw rinse.
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Old 10-06-2017, 01:56 PM   #6
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I clean the car every week and BH Autofoam followed by a pressure wash gets 99% of everything off ready for the 2BM. I'll use tar remover as and when I come across the odd spot.
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On a hot day in the shade if possible then PW, snow foam rinse.
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BH Autofoam through a spray bottle followed by PW.

If the car is more dirty and I'm rewaxing I use BH Surfex in a spray bottle before rinsing with a PW.
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Obsession snow foams or even adams shampoo through a lance is enough for me
What I don't get is people who don't use a 2bm or wash their car after snow foam
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Depends how dirty it is, most of the time I will use snow foam then rinse but I've started using ODK breakdown which I like a lot also.
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