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Sub Zero temps and cleaning products

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by ScottD3, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. ScottD3
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    ScottD3 I want your faulty electronics Supporter

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    [Dec 9, 2011]
    Might be a bit of a daft question but it got me thinking.

    What happens to polishes and waxes if kept out side when its really cold?

    I guess this might change depending on where you keep your stuff if its a shed, garage or cardboard box covered in tarp but all is effected by freezing temps.
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    I try and protect as many of mine as possible, especially anything water based. I find Snow Foams and some shampoos are never the same after being frozen.

    You should also take care of pressure washers, and empty them out properly - frost is certainly a killer.

    In short, try and keep it all warm if you can! Luckily, I've just moved into a unit where I can control the temp to an extent, so my products should be okay. My boutique waxes are kept at home in the Fridge.
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    I'll be bringing them in over the weekend then. :)

    Thanks.
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    [Dec 10, 2011]
    as Russ said really Scott

    i keep all mine in a cool cupboard in the house nothings in the shed but since i taken delivery of my Glasur it is kept in a mini Fridge
    as its like butter very soft
    treat your products well and they look after you lol
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