1. Add 3 squeezes of FOAM to a bucket or foam gun.
2. Fill bucket 3/4 with water.
3. Pre-rinse paint.
4. Soak MF towel in soapy bucket and wipe top to bottom in straight lines. No circles.
5. Final rinse before Foam dries on paint.
A: Yes. (If any quality paint specific soap were to remove or damage a "coating", then the coating in question would not be at the current standard in today's detailing industry.)Q: Why does Foam smell so good?
A: The fragrence was created to mimick the smell of womens hair shampoo.Q: Can I wash a vinyl wrap with Foam?
A: Yes. Absolutely.Q: Will Foam leave soap residue?
A: No.Q: Does Foam have any protective additives?
A: Foam is focused on lubriction only. If a product tries to be a "jack of all trades"...he becomes a "master of none".
Squirt, squirt, squirt. Hose in bucket. Suds rise magically. Wash mitt glides. Dirt dissolves. Rinses easily. Smells nice. What more could you ask for?
I have tried many different products for washing exterior paint and using both bucket and foam Cannon and many others clung to the vehicle to much. This products not only cleans the paint very well but it washes off with ease.
Very sudsy. I don't feel like i need to use a lot of product per wash. Works great in hose foam gun or high powered foam cannon.