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Old 04-03-2019, 07:44 PM   #1
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New Snow Foam From ValetPRO

Hello All

We have released a new pH Neutral Snow Foam Called Foamula 1.

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Old 04-03-2019, 08:42 PM   #2
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How much will the RRP on 5L be?
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Great name - clever.
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How much will the RRP on 5L be?
Pretty sure it's £22.

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So cheaper than Advanced Neutral.
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How much will the RRP on 5L be?
5Ltr is £22.99 and 1L is £8.99
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So cheaper than Advanced Neutral.
Yes cheaper than our Advanced neutral Snow Foam.

It is a very different Foam to the Advanced much thicker, richer and creamer. The foam is partly why it cleans so well. We have Formulated and priced it to compete with the advanced Neutral Snow Foam and our our pH Neutral Snow Foam.
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I'll probably treat myself to a 5L once I've used my current foam up :-)
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Dilution rates ?
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Dilution rates ?
https://www.valetpro.global/Foams-an...438-/Foamula-1

1) Add 300ml of snow foam and 700ml of water to a 1L foam lance bottle.
2) Adjust the feed rate to suit the level of foam required for the job at hand.
3) Foam the entire exterior of the vehicle, including the wheels, glass and trim.
4) Allow to dwell for five minutes, then rinse off thoroughly with a pressure washer.

Alternative pump spray dilution: 1:5 (heavily soiled wheels) to 1:20 (light dirt) depending on the task at hand. Agitate if required, then rinse thoroughly.
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