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Old 22-05-2019, 08:15 PM   #1
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First Look : MAGMA

Not so much a review but a quick test. I had a spare empty foam lance so I felt obligated to give it a go. I used 100ml of product in 900ml of water.













Here’s after a 10 minute dwelling. It did find it quite difficult to cling on to the glass, which is coated in DO Glass Coat so no arguments there. It would be contradictory if it did stick.







This was just a rinse after. Amazing results.








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Seems strange giving it the Magma name which is already used by Auto Glym for a fallout remover
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Seems strange giving it the Magma name which is already used by Auto Glym for a fallout remover
I thought exactly the same!
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The name is a comparison to their other snow foam called lava.
This being a thicker snow foam it deserves a name that reflects that. Magma being thicker than lava

How many companies have variations of arctic something for their snow foam.
Or something bleed with fallout remover.
There is only so many names out there to be used.

Angelwax have bilberry wheel wax, yet valet pro have bilberry wheel cleaner?
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Not so much a review but a quick test. I had a spare empty foam lance so I felt obligated to give it a go. I used 100ml of product in 900ml of water.


Great pics and feedback mate, Thanks Certainly seems to have left a nice clean surface and as far as i can tell hasn't effected the beading in any way at all
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Seems strange giving it the Magma name which is already used by Auto Glym for a fallout remover
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The name is a comparison to their other snow foam called lava.
This being a thicker snow foam it deserves a name that reflects that. Magma being thicker than lava

How many companies have variations of arctic something for their snow foam.
Or something bleed with fallout remover.
There is only so many names out there to be used.

Angelwax have bilberry wheel wax, yet valet pro have bilberry wheel cleaner?
Good question and great answer

When we decided to launch our new products in the new year we invited members on here to put forward any ideas for names, colours and scents for the new items.

Magma was suggested for our new foam and we thought it was a great suggestion. The name made sense and tied in perfectly with our current foam which is called LAVA.

Hope that's helped to clear it up
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Good write up mate, I’m hoping to use it over weekend on mates new Volvo - so I’ll report back

Looks like their glass coat is working very well
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