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Need to Know About Our Snow Foam Lance

Need to Know About Our Snow Foam Lance

Posted in NEWS AND UPDATES by Autobrite on June 06th 2019
Setting Up a Snow Foam Lance

Once you’ve unwrapped your Autobrite snow foam lance, you’ll need to learn how to set it up and dismantle it. Our lance fits onto the 2-piece pressure washer lance you have on your machine and will connect via a push and twist or screw fitment, which is supplied with the kit. Screw the snow foam lance on and then onto this, screw the 1-litre bottle on the underside of the brass body on the lance. To dismantle, simply follow these steps in reverse order – it is as simple as that!

Preparing the Lance

Once you are comfortable with putting together and taking apart your snow foam lance, it’s time to get down to business and get ready to see it in action. Remove the bottle and insert your chosen snow foam and dilute according to manufacturer’s instructions. Our snow foam lance comes with a bottle of our very own Magifoam, which is designed to work harmoniously with the snow foam lance. To get your desired thickness, adjust the top nozzle on the lance halfway between closed and open and spray a test area. If it is too thick, or too watery adjust a small amount at a time until you get the desired consistency.

Caring for Your Lance

Before you put your snow foam lance into storage it’s important to empty it and give it a thorough cleaning to avoid part erosion or rust. Take apart the lance and rinse each component in cold water until it runs clear and then dry excess water off with a towel and then air dry before putting away. If over time you find that your snow foam lance isn’t performing to the best of its ability you may need to replace or clean the gauze inside the attachment that fits onto the pressure washer.

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