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Old 13-10-2015, 03:49 PM   #1
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Old 13-10-2015, 05:42 PM   #2
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Wow that is some thick foam...

2 questions?...

Does it clean well cos the car looked pretty clean anyway and has it got gold in it cos its chuffing expensive
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Wow that is some thick foam...

2 questions?...

Does it clean well cos the car looked pretty clean anyway and has it got gold in it cos its chuffing expensive
Hi

1. I find it does, the balance between cleaning and not being too harsh on the wax is perfect for us.

2. Not yet, but it does have a variety of natural oils and essential oils which pushes the cost up. It's very nice to use and the smell is brill.
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I have a few questions .

What ratio is needed to use this. Like 1 inch in the bottom of the bottle?

And why is this so expensive? £25 for 1 litre?
What makes it better than other snow foams out there that are much cheaper.?
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I have a few questions .

What ratio is needed to use this. Like 1 inch in the bottom of the bottle?

And why is this so expensive? £25 for 1 litre?
What makes it better than other snow foams out there that are much cheaper.?

Hello WhiteRoc,

In the video we use a ratio of 10:1 which is around 1"
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Hi

1. I find it does, the balance between cleaning and not being too harsh on the wax is perfect for us.

2. Not yet, but it does have a variety of natural oils and essential oils which pushes the cost up. It's very nice to use and the smell is brill.
Thanks for the info JJ, sounds more like something Mrs P might use

Good to hear its wax safe, that is often a big concern

Might have to try a 'little' bottle
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Thanks for the info JJ, sounds more like something Mrs P might use

Good to hear its wax safe, that is often a big concern

Might have to try a 'little' bottle
I should start a new thread, as you get a liquid sample with every order, just now it is Thread. However, I do have a solitary bottle of SNOW from a previous promotion.

If you spend over £75.00 you get the welcome kit !

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Wow that is some thick foam...
I always thought foam was as thick as that but that's because the foam I use has been as thick as that out the lance I use. I think mine resembles shaving foam even on the very lowest setting.
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I should start a new thread, as you get a liquid sample with every order, just now it is Thread. However, I do have a solitary bottle of SNOW from a previous promotion.

If you spend over £75.00 you get the welcome kit !

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Way to expensive for me personally. Also too thick but I suppose toning down the amount used would correct this?

I would only pay these sort of prices when it is a highly concentrated snow foam. I would expect 20ml in a bottle for the price you are asking, 1" is roughly around 100ml if not more which is an expensive pre-wash.

Just my opinion though and no doubt its a good foam but well out my price range for snow foam.

Are you guys based in Scotland? I see a Tunnocks caramel wafer
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