Great snow foam product.
Bowdens Own Snow Job is very good. If using the Bowdens Canon, use the entire mix on your car as it will go around twice. This ensures you cover everywhere, even underside. It is not the cheapest, but does last a longtime as amount required for one sedan is minimal. The best way to add this to your cannon bottle is to pour the Snow Job into the cap and then into your canon bottle. Once you have used it a few times, it is easy to pour straight into the canon bottle from the Snow Job bottle, just go slow and it you will not lose a drop. I follow ...up with a two bucket wash & then dry off with a quality towel. Make sure to leave the doors open & open the boot to check all water has drained out of gutters etc. Weather strips get dirty & will hold water. Use another towel to dry them off & even remove for a total clean and full inspection.
Purchased in January 2019 at super cheap auto northmead for $45.00.
Thick Foam, Doesn't Run and Really Lifts The Dirt
There are a few competitors to this product, but I love how thick the foam goes on and just how long it lasts - it won't just run off like the others. It really does loosen up the dirt (and bugs / droppings / sap) to make it much easier to remove with a pressure washer.
I'm going to get roasted for this, but you can even use this product in the place of the traditional sponge and bucket method if you want to do a quick wash - you shouldn't, but you can.
I do have one criticism of this product though, the container. The 'Snow Job' liquid is ve...ry viscous and it is hard to decant it out of this container which has a particularly large opening into the Bowden's Own Snow Blower, which has a particularly small opening. It makes quite a mess and wastes a fair bit of the product. Definitely a great product to use as the first step of a full wash / bar / polish / wax job, or even just on its' own for a quick wash.
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