1. Use with AMMO Aerator, Pro Foamer, or wall-mounted Foamer.
2. Add 4oz of FROTHe Anti-Salt Lift (6 cap-fulls) to the reservoir, then add 40oz of warm water and shake.
3. Pump the sprayer to max pressure.
4. Evenly spray FROTHe Anti-Salt Lift in side-to-side motions, top down, one panel at a time.
5. Wipe in straight-line motions from top to bottom with a MF towel. Rotate the towel as it becomes dirty.
6. Once clean, use HYDRATE for the final wipe for insane depth and shine.
Pro Tip: Apply a thicker layer on the lower parts of the car and thinner layers towards the "less dirty" top regions. Rotate towels frequently. Can be used on wheels.
A: No. It is designed to be a safe alternative to a proper wash (water, buckets, soap, etc...) in times when this is not possible. This is designed for apartment dwellers, water-restricted areas, winter months when the hose is put away, or when traveling and can't perform a proper wash.Q: Do I need the Aerator to use Frothé?
A: Yes. However, some detailers use Frothé as an additive in the foam gun for extreme lubrication.Q: What is the ideal ratio for mixing Frothe and Water in my Foamer/Aerator?
A: 40oz of water in the aerator and 2oz of Frothe. 2oz of Frothe is approximately 6 cap fulls of Frothe (from the 16oz concentrate bottle).Q: Can I wash vinyl wraps and matte paint with Frothe?
A: Yes indeed.Q: Should I use a wash mitt with Frothe?
A: No. Use many microfiber towels to "lift" the dirt and carry it away. Rotate the towels and only use clean sides to "scoop" up the Frothé. You will use many towels in lue of using water to rinse away the dirt.
Used it on the boat to get rid of some mildew and salt on the interior floor and engine covers. Works as you would expect coming from AMMO!
AMMO FROTHé Anti-Salt Lift (concentrate)
Very user friendly and makes cleaning your vehicle in the winter easy even on one of the coldest days in NJ. This product combined with ammo hydrate is very satisfying.