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Old 12-01-2010, 06:15 PM   #1
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New Raceglaze Snow Foam

The newest addition to the family of RG products is their ph neutral snow foam.

* Creates super dense clinging foam to soften surface dirt
* Runs off vehicle, visibly taking dirt with it
* Biodegradable, pH neutral
* 500ml concentrate makes 10 litres, sufficient for 20-30 cars

In these pics I put 100ml per Litre because I love foam.







These pics were after the foam had sat on the car for five minutes!




I'll have the pricing sorted shortly and should have it in the store in a week or so. I will be testing it with the Gilmour Gun to see if it will produce acceptable results.
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Old 12-02-2010, 12:32 AM   #2
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just curious if you've ever had complaints or bylaw people harassing you about washing outside of the shop?
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Nope. Why would they?
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Sweet, so if the car has light dirt I won't need to scrub?
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hey ken,

do you guys offer foam guns or foam cannons?...and which do you prefer??...I do have a gas pressurewasher at my disposal...
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wow that is really cool


how much a bottle
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Damn this would be good for quick rinses/washes in the winter
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hey ken,

do you guys offer foam guns or foam cannons?...and which do you prefer??...I do have a gas pressurewasher at my disposal...
looks like hes gonna try it with a Gilmore Foammaster or Foammaster II Soap Gun w/Reservoir
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How does a foam gun/cannon work? Attach it to a hose?
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How does a foam gun/cannon work? Attach it to a hose?
yeah inside the housing there is a nozzle that allows a small amount of soap to be mixed with the water thats being aerated and this causes massive bubbles
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im guessing you still have to give it a quick scrub or no?
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mmm i think i need to buy this for my car LOL..except how much do the guns cost?
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Highly interested as well.
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Sweet, so if the car has light dirt I won't need to scrub?
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This system is to remove as much loose grit and contaminants from your paint before you wash to reduce the chances of scratching. You will need to wash afterwards.

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hey ken,

do you guys offer foam guns or foam cannons?...and which do you prefer??...I do have a gas pressurewasher at my disposal...
I have access to foam cannons ( approx $90 )for use with pressure washers and the Gilmour foam guns (approx $65 ) for use with your hose. I will have them in the store shortly now that we have the snow foam.

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wow that is really cool


how much a bottle
Will post shortly. I wanted to test it and make sure it worked well enough to warrant bring it in for sale. It should be under $15 for 500ml

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looks like hes gonna try it with a Gilmore Foammaster or Foammaster II Soap Gun w/Reservoir
I tried it today with my Gilmour and although it does foam up like it does with the foam cannon and pressure washer, it still works well enough to consider it. I'll post a video shortly.

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How does a foam gun/cannon work? Attach it to a hose?
The cannon works with a pressure washer and the Gilmour foam gun works with your hose. As previously stated, the resevoir is filled with a mixture of soap and water and is drawn out with the stream of water from the hose/pressure washer.

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im guessing you still have to give it a quick scrub or no?
Yes you will.

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mmm i think i need to buy this for my car LOL..except how much do the guns cost?
See above.
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