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Meguiar’s Gold Class Car Wash 1.89l $20 (Was $34) + Delivery (Free C&C) @ Repco

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Great price for all your car washing/snow foaming needs.

From website:
Meguiar's Gold Class Car Wash offers a premium blend of the finest shampoo and conditioning agents that gently foam away tough dirt, road grime and contaminants without scratching and without stripping your paint's vital wax protection. With its advanced, luxurious formula, loaded with ultra-rich paint conditioners, Meguiar's Gold Class Car Wash Shampoo and Conditioner is designed to clear away debris to reveal colour and clarity, while conditioning the paint to leave it looking exceptionally radiant. A favourite of fussy enthusiasts worldwide. For the best results, use with any Meguiar's wash accessories, including Meguiar's Microfibre Wash Pad, or Meguiar's Lambswool Wash Mitt. Also great for use in snow foam gun or foam cannon for an instant super foaming wash in one easy step!

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Comments

  • What mix do you use to foam this?

    • Usually 1:9

    • +1

      I use the Bowden’s own snow blow cannon which has a marker on the bottle that I follow. Seems to foam well.

    • I use 1:6. You can definitely go with less, like 1:9, but 1:6 gives me thicker foam that stays on longer.

      • According to the label, the ratio depends on the pressure your pressure washer goes at.

    • +3

      The amount of foam has almost no effect on the cleaning ability of the product. Having a lot of foam isn't vital for actually doing the cleaning, it's mostly for aesthetic. In fact, in some cases, the presence of foam will reduce the ability to clean.

      • It works fine after a rinse with a pressure washer, a do-over by hand with the foam, and a final rinse with water.

      • +1

        This goes for dishwashing liquid too

  • Does repco open on public holidays?

  • What process do you guys follow when using a snow/foam cannon? Is this the complete wash or do you do a pre wash + more after you’ve rinsed the foam?

    Also will I be fine just going with a cheaper cannon or should I just cop the few extra dollars and get the Meguiars or Bowdens own one?

    • +1

      Snow foam as a prewash then followed up by a hand wash. I’ve only owned Bowden’s so I’m also interested if anyone can comment on their experience with a cheaper cannon.

    • +4

      Not much diff between cheap and expensive cannon, but I have a meguiars one myself.

      I will rinse the car first using pressure washer to get rid of the dirt around the bottom of the car, then lather up with foam, then hand wash with the foam still there then rinse off.

      If its not super dirty/ for a light clean, the foam cannon sticks better to a dry car, simply rinse off and dry.

      • I use the meguiars cannon, first cannon and was priced reasonably when on sale.

        I am about 10 washes in, pretty used to it by now. Only complaint I have the the meguires cannon is that it's tall and slender, tips over easily. Fill neck is small as well, but I manage to pour solution in without too much trouble.

        The cannon is of reasonable quality. Meguiar's gold class solution smells nice.

        • +1

          You need the MJJC Pro. Not cheap at $70 from AliExpress but has a wide base and wide neck and much better foam than any of the branded cannons you'll get here

  • +1

    Great price on a great product.

  • +2

    I have used both Meguiar’s gold class and Bowden's snow for a while now. Personally Bowden's makes more foam if that's what you are after

    • Unfortunately snow job costs quite a bit more than Gold class.

  • I'm waiting for the yellow wash and wax to go on sale!!

  • Having just bought my first new car, I'm now looking at caring for it properly, and it seems snow foam style and two bucket washing is the way to go. I've just bought two Repco wash buckets with the strainer in the bottom.
    Do I use these snow foam direct on garden hose, or on my cheap small Bunnings Gernie pressure washer?

    It's got to be better than the el cheapo woolies wash and wax bottle I've had for way too long.
    On my old 4wd I used to spray CT18 first from a 2l pump sprayer after going bush.

    • You'll need to use a pressure washer for decent foam.