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This weekends Cleanup - A3 TDI vs Magifoam

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by stevemiles70, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. stevemiles70

    stevemiles70 Member

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    Some Pictures I thought I would share with you all of Autobrite's Magifoam Pre-wash.
    I have ordered some Espuma Activo to compare and will post up some results when I trial it on my RS.

    All the pics shown are using only Magifoam and there was no pre-rinsing pre-soaking or APC etc applied... just MF straight onto car and left to dwell for approx 20-30 mins.

    The car was then power rinsed thoroughly and pictures taken directly following rinse.

    As a sidenote this was part of larger detail (that havent written up yet) and so I was following with a bucket wash. But I would say it removed >90 of the grime and dirt in a touchless manner, so how I look at it is that when I came to get the mitt on it, I have 90% less touching to do and 90% less filth and grime on the car and therefore 90% less risk of damage.

    I will let the photos do the speaking :D .....

    Side-Note - the owners did not require there plates being masked.


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    ^^^^^ I think my neighbour was amazed when I told him, that yes, his was meant to be same colour as mine :D

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    Thanks for looking :D
     
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  3. S4twiggy

    S4twiggy Fully Certified Detailer!!

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    are those the finished pics mate as i see alot of contaminents on the paint work, that MF looks to be good stuff, is it a combi or a PH neutral one?

    one seriously dirty A3 lol
     
  4. stevemiles70

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    No, these are just the pics following rising the foam off, full detail thread to follow when have written it up.

    It LSP Safe and seen no impact on my LSP from using it.
     
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    Wow, that snow foam certainly shifts the crud!! Very impressive.
     
  6. S4twiggy

    S4twiggy Fully Certified Detailer!!

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    veru good mate, look forward to seeng the rest.

    top stuff that
     
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    CHRIS555 DOPE with added OCD

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    good results there
     

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