- Jun 5, 2010
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- East Riding of Yorkshire
Ah but don't get this confused with those that come as an attachment with a power wash. They don't work anywhere near as well as a proper snow foam lance which you are able to adjust how much of a mix of water and foam you get as you go along as well as adjusting the spray.Seamusoh2 said:Cheers. I gave one of those. Didn't have a clue what it was for :-(OO58RON said:Seamusoh2 said:Excuse my ignorance. How is the snow foam applied?
This is an image of a "Snow Foam Lance" it attaches to the end of a power washer eg Karcher. You add a diluted mixture of snow foam into the bottle, attach to pressure washer and spray contents over your car. Leave for a period of time (say 15 minutes) and then blast off with water via the pressure washer. It is basically a pre wash to remove grit and grime to avoid scratching your paintwork whilst in the process of washing it with soapy water.
It's worth investing in a proper lance or for a cheaper option buy a pressure sprayer from Wilkos and some Valet Pro Advanced Neutral Snow Foam and use it diluted as a pre wash at a dilution of 1:20 down to 1:8. Great cleaning power.