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    i left all my cleaning products in the car yesterday got them out today and a load of the bottles had frozen, does anyone think it will ruin or affect the products in any way??

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    Most will be ok, just bring into house and bring back to room temp. Sometimes if my polish is really thick I put it into microwave with the lid off the bottle, and give it short bursts of about 10 secs until it is a little more fluid.
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    my very cherry wheel cleaner froze and once thawed it look's like it has loads of sedement floating in it, a couple of poor boys botles also frozen, if they are oil based they will prob freeze n seperate on thawing..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ditchp View Post
    my very cherry wheel cleaner froze and once thawed it look's like it has loads of sedement floating in it, a couple of poor boys botles also frozen, if they are oil based they will prob freeze n seperate on thawing..
    Try the microwave trick and give them a right good shake before you bin them
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    left my valet-pro snowfoam in the car,went to use it,it was all thick and lumpy,a bit like wall-paper paste,so left it in the house for a couple of days giving it a good shake now and again,used it last week,done 4 washes with it.......................no problems



    then ordered some magifoam from Auto-brite

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    You should be ok, let them thaw out and check your waxes, some will be affected by cold.

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    most may have been frozen in storage anyway?

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    As above most will be ok, some may split when defrosted but a good shake will bring them back ok. I removed all my cleaning stuff from the back of the car at the end of October just to be on the safe side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DasArab View Post
    As above most will be ok, some may split when defrosted but a good shake will bring them back ok. I removed all my cleaning stuff from the back of the car at the end of October just to be on the safe side.
    good idea that i washed my car at work thurs, totally forgot they were still in there,

    hopefully they will be alright. cheers guys

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    Mine were in my wooden shed when the cold weather came. I don't know whether or not any of them froze. Anyway, I covered my whole box with an old sleeping bag that's been out there for years! Hopefully that protected my lil' stash a bit, at least.

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