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    Hi Guys just bought myself a Autobright snow foam lance and 10 litres of foam and was wondering what the procedure is when using it. Do you apply it when the car is dry or do you power rinse the car first then snow foam and how long do you leave the foam on the car before you rinse it off.

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    i give the car a good power hose 1st,try to angle the nozzle so you are blasting any dirt off the car & not into the paint-work,i use valet-pro PH neutral snow foam,put about an inch in the bottom of the nozzle attachment bottle topped up with luke warm water,spray it onto a wet car good & thick then leave it for 15 mins,this will loosen the dirt,then power-hose off,then wash with wash mitt & 2 bucket method,there are a few videos on youtube,will let you see what to do

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    Rinse first then snow, cover the car. Depending how thick it is will depend how long you leave it on, do not let it dry on the car. 10 mins is normally enough. You can also try adding stuff to your snow mixture. I am using 1 inch of snow, 1/2 inch g101 and 1/2 inch bug and tar remover, then fill with warm water.

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    Thanks for the info guys will try when car needs a wash.

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