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Apply the snow foam in an up and down motion, covering the whole car. Try to reach up into the wheel arches and underside as much as possible. Leave for no longer than 5 mins, ensuring that you don’t let it dry onto the surface of the car.
If using TFR apply only to the lower parts of the car, do not allow it to sit and then remove as soon as possible.
Start by using a hose or presser washer. Always wash from the top of the vehicle, working your way down. Don’t forget to pay close attention to rubber seals, (where mould may grow & trapped dirt can sit), door shuts (especially where wheel arches join) and under the car to remove dirt and salt residues.
You may need to use an all-purpose cleaner to ensure grills, badges, fuel caps and doors shuts are properly cleaned, rinse the cleaner off well. If heavily soiled, use a degreaser as this will help to remove dirt that normal washing doesn’t.
When cleaning wheels, spray the wheels with your preferred cleaning product, carefully following the manufacturers instructions. Fill a bucket of water with your favourite high-quality car shampoo. Dip the brush or sponge into the bucket & clean the wheel, taking care not to miss any parts like, inside the lug nut and between the spokes. To get the best results clean the inside & the back face of the wheel as normal, using a wheel woollie or similar brush, then rinse well and for best results drive the car forward slightly, to identify any hidden parts of the wheel that you might have missed.
Washing the body work: Use the 2 bucket method. Fill 2 buckets with fresh water, (check to ensure the buckets are clean) place the grit guard in one of the buckets then add fine grade car shampoo to the bucket without the grit guard. Follow the manufacturers instructions for the correct dilution ratios, then place the wash mitt inside the bucket with the shampoo. Start shampooing from the top of the vehicle & work your way down. You may want to have two wash mitts, one for the top of the car and the other for the bottom. We would recommend using a brush or sponge for sils & plastic trims. Remember to keep rinsing back in the clean water, rubbing the mitt against the grit guard to remove any grit/dirt particles from it. Repeat the process over the complete vehicle, rinse well with clean water when finished.
Now you are ready to dry the vehicle. For best results use a detailing spray to help prevent marring the surface. Spray a light mist over the paintwork and glass. Using a microfiber or waffle weave towel, there are two methods for drying. Firstly there is the simple wipe, but this may cause marring to the surface, we recommend the second technique which is to pat it dry. As you are not wiping the towel across the surface the possibility of marring is significantly reduced.