Auto Finesse Avalanche Snow Foam Review


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    In this video, I look at Avalanche snow foam by Auto Finesse.
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Tariq Alfa
Tariq Alfa

I love this soap. Its a best in my opinion. But i think you got something wrong in cannon or ur pressure washer . Snow should be more thick

Vor 8 Monate
AVD AVD
AVD AVD

I should hope so after using 2” of product, the snow foam i use is cheaper and only requires 60ml to 940ml of warm water. Dilution ratio of Auto Finesse products are well off and behind the fast pace of detailing products.

Vor 9 Monate
Jordan McGrath
Jordan McGrath

I think I saw that your pressure washer was a nilfisk, which one? foam is pretty good out of it

Vor 11 Monate
Torque Steer
Torque Steer

+jordan ebbs I’m using a Nilfisk C105 (the cheapest one). I’d probably recommend the slightly more expensive c120 though. It’s worth noting that I am using a separate foam lance that I bought from eBay though.

Vor 11 Monate
Boosted One
Boosted One

Dont spray the foam on the car when its wet. Do it when its dry for better result

Vor year
Zombie Head
Zombie Head

I was going to say that as well, had no issues removing loose dirt with a power wash first then the pre-wash.

Vor year
Torque Steer
Torque Steer

+Boosted One I've tried it that way around before. I found it better using a PW for removing the loose dirt allowing the snow foam to work on the more stubborn areas.

Vor year
IrishAisling
IrishAisling

Aren't you supposed to apply the foam to a dry car? My understanding is that rinsing it first will dilute the foam and also prevent it from sticking as well ...🤔

Vor year
WDJS22
WDJS22

No, a quick rinse will be best to get rid of the really heavy dirt on the car, the stuff not even snowfoam will pull off

Vor 9 Monate
Torque Steer
Torque Steer

+IrishAisling I personally like to rinse the car first. That way I can remove as much loose dirt as possible meaning the snow foam can just work on the more stubborn parts. In terms of diluting it, I wouldn't be too worried. It's diluted anyway ;) and you could always just run a slightly thicker mixture if you wanted to. I also don't really want it to stick. The idea is that it will dissolve dirt and then lift it away from the paint and then run off the car by itself. However, I can understand why you might want it to stay on there longer.

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