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Three of the Best Snow Foams

Three of the Best Snow Foams

Posted in NEWS AND UPDATES by Autobrite on June 24th 2019
The magic of snow foams isn’t to be underestimated and they are a widely respected product in the detailing world. Offering a touchless wash, snow foams work by lifting the grime and dirt from a car, using chemical reactions to do so. Whether you’re using it as a prewash or as the main wash, choosing the right snow foam will save you time and effort. See our top three snow foams and choose for yourself!

Magifoam

Magifoam snow foam was one of our very first products back in 2005 and even today it is still cleaning cars all over the country, which is a testament to just how reliable this snow foam is. It is simple and effective to use and produces a powerful and stable snow foam. This cherry scented snow foam contains a special blend of active cleaners, biodegradable surfactants and foaming agents to lift dirt with ease. It has a great dwell time and will sit tight on the surface of the paint until the dirt and grime is ready to rinse away.

Superfoam

This super concentrated pH neutral snow foam has fantastic cleaning ability thanks to its unique blend of detergents, wetting agents, foamers and sequestering agents. Superfoam is the ideal snow foam to us for weekly washes with its biodegradable formula which doesn’t degrade existing wax or sealant protectants. This light cleaning snow foam draws light dust, fingerprints and particles away from the surface of the paint and is great to use in the summer months when cars accumulate a lesser amount of dirt.

Hellshine

One of the most powerful snow foams available, Hellshine Devils Blood destroys all dirt in its path. With its devilishly strong performance, it works great on cars that are thick with dirt but is still gentle on the paintwork. Ideal for use in the winter when cars gather more dirt but be sure to read the application instructions as this powerful red formula can stain in used incorrectly! 
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