Getting into detailing..

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Getting into detailing..

Post by chinskee » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:42 am

Hello there, Hope you guys can help me out here. I'm looking at purchasing a Karcher K2 for obvs reasons.. Snowfoaming. Im just stumped with how many products etc there are out there and what brands to chose. I've been looking at AutoFinesse, AutoBrite, PhatDetailing.

If people could drop me some recommendations on products for starting up that would be brilliant. What I'm after is:
  • Snofoam
    Tyre sealant/De-ioniser
    Some sort of was paint sealant
Thank you all :)
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Re: Getting into detailing..

Post by gregk286 » Wed Oct 18, 2017 12:42 pm

BiltHamber auto foam was the Snowfoam I got after some research.
Along with an AutoBrite lance.
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Re: Getting into detailing..

Post by shaqs77 » Tue Oct 24, 2017 5:51 am

detailing can get expensive very quickly.

I like the autobrite snowfoam, I bought it together as a bundle with their lance. really good stuff. have you considered a nilfisk pressure washer instead. had mine for years and having a metal impeller seems to help its longevity.
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