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Old 03-12-2019, 12:12 PM   #31
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Interesting, and do you reckon it works just as effectively? Or close enough?
It works very well and it's eaiser to get the 4% dilution ratio, but takes longer to apply.


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ECP do it pal and they always have discount codes running.

PM themselves is where I bought my 25ltr from originally as they were doing deals on it.

Might be worth a try with them as they may be running discounts etc.

Other than that, try a Google search to see where it might be the cheapest.

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I forgot to ask, who are ECP?
Euro Car Parts - https://www.eurocarparts.com/

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Bilt hamber - auto foam

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It works very well and it's eaiser to get the 4% dilution ratio, but takes longer to apply.


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Bilt Hamber AF is a great product, for the question about being in a pump and being as effective, I think it is yes.

In winter I tend to use the pump sprayer as it works better for me, in summer I use the foam because its wetter and doesn't dry on the paint so quickly.

I also highly rate Auto Glanz Spritzer for when the car is really mucky. I tend to hit it with the spritzer rinse and then Auto foam if the car is really manky. This gets rid of most of the salt, TFR and all the other winter grime that's is thrown up the side of the car.

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Many thanks! I shall consider it, although by the time I have it winter will be over!
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This time of year I use Powermaxed TFR and BH autofoam
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