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    Hi guys,

    Some of you will have heard of and even used Snowfoam........well in my search for the best product for each area I have come accross Autoglym Powermax3........it foams, possibly not quite as much as Snowfaom but there isn't much in it, BUT and this is a big BUT it cleans very very well, I was amazed at the dif it made to the car after having simply rinsed the applied Powermax3 and allowed to stand for 2 or 3 minutes......the flake was actually starting to pop there and then.

    Powermax3 is available from any Autoglym rep and another bonus is that it only costs £9.99 + vat and there wouldn't be any delivery charge as virtually everyone will have an Autoglym rep in their area.

    So it's basically Powermax3 is the same as Snowfoam only better and cheaper eh

    Bryan

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    is this for tyres mate?

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    Hi there,

    It's basically a pre wash and I use it on the everything including wheels, tyres and arches it can also be used (diluted) as an interior cleaner aswell.

    If you want a tyre cleaner then try AG Engine and Machine Cleaner.

    Bryan

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    cheers mate will try that , but ive ujust bought autoglym tyre dressing so ill see how that goes

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectrapogo
    cheers mate will try that , but ive ujust bought autoglym tyre dressing so ill see how that goes
    Yeah the tyre dressing is exactly that a dressing the E & M Cleaner is a cleaner you'll see it turn brown as the dirt & grime are removed, it's also good for the arches aswell

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    Sounds great - shame I can't use a hose down here to try it out!

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    Oh there's a thing it works best with a foam gun..........I'll let you know more after the 21st of this month cause the Autoglym rep is coming here to demonstrate everything car related which includes machine polishing via a rotary.........will let you know all about it

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    what size is the bottle Bryan ? for that price I'm assuming 500ml. Also do you know if Autoglym do a bulk size in the Tar Remover, the Screenwash and the Vinyl, rubber care.


    I had a go at detailing my car, didn't work out as I expected, but done somebody elses and its came out brilliant, think I'm gettin the hand of it.

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    Hi Suj,

    The Powermax3 is £9.99 + vat for 5lts.

    The Tar remover is £15.99 + vat for 5lts.

    Vinyl & Rubber Care is called Super Sheen and costs £21.99 + vat for 5lts.

    The Screen Wash is £14.99 + vat for 5lts.

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    Bryan
    As I understood it ( and I may be wrong, so please don't shoot me), Autoglym reps only sold to traders, garages, etc, not the general public, that was the retail range was for. But are you saying we ( the public ) can contact Autoglym and arrange a rep to call. We have our business so could do it through our business.

    I've tried some Chemical Guys stuff, really, really good. Give it a try.

    Liked your work on the BMW ( or shouldn't we mention it here )

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