AG Products carries the best premium car care supplies and welcomes the magically wonderful Ultra-Concentrate Unicorn Snow Foam Soap. Ready to have your vehicle smelling clean using the AG Premium Car Care Products Unicorn Snow Foam Soap? This highly concentrated mix will leave your vehicle with an out-of-this-world clean! Since this is highly concentrated it is perfect for those who like to keep their vehicles and/or toys clean always! A little bit goes a long ways!! Highly reactive ingredients grab tight of all kinds of dirt, dust, debris and give it a big hug so when the water hits it, the Unicorn Snow Foam soap and the hugged dirt fall off. The Unicorn Snow Foam Soap can be used with a foam canon or when bucket washing.
Most car enthusiasts will tell you that it is important to wash your car regularly, though not all of them can tell you all the reasons why. The obvious benefit is an aesthetic one: removing dirt and contaminants from the surface of your car will allow its paint work to shine through, unmarred by the road grime that accumulates on any car that sees its fair share of miles. Beyond the visual difference, washing regularly can extend the life of your car's paint job by removing splattered bugs, tree sap, bird droppings, and salt that could slowly but surely degrade the top layer of clear-coat. You'll also need to have a clean car if you're planning on waxing it. If you're not sure how often to wash your vehicle, there are some guidelines below:
- If you drive in heavy traffic or spend a lot of time out on the road in dusty conditions; more frequent washing should be considered. It's best done with a high-quality soap or shampoo designed specifically for this purpose so as not to strip too much protection from your vehicle's finish while still maintaining its shine!
- If you live near salt-water beaches or areas prone to lots of sandstorms; these places tend to build up more grime than others.
Car wash soap (or shampoo) is specifically designed to be less aggressive than products meant to clean a crusty lasagna pan or the shirtsleeve you dragged through your soup last week. You want a cleansing product with good lubricity and easy foaming to lift and suspend contaminants embedded on the surface of your paint. That being said, even narrowing your choices will leave an overwhelming number of options.
What should you look for? First, read the label carefully—you'll want to see that it's specifically advertised for use on cars. Second, make sure it's labeled as safe for all types of car surfaces (plastic trim, glass, etc.). Third, look for words like "high lubricity" or "suds," which indicate that the foam will lift dirt off of your car instead of just pushing it around. Fourth, look for words like "non-foam," which indicate that there's no soap residue left behind after rinsing off your brush—this means fewer swirls in the long run! Fifth, check out reviews from other users and ask friends who detail cars what they use; these people are likely to have tried lots of different options! And lastly, buy the AG Products Unicorn Snow Foam Soap!