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zaphod



Member Since: 16 Jan 2015
Location: Liverpool
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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Rimini Red

I was going to buy a specialist lance and foam but thought I'd give it a go with what I already had available... I thought it did a pretty good job. There was loads of foam and it clung to the car for a good length of time - when I washed it all off the car was practically clean!

I'll get some dedicated snow foam though - looks like it'll work out a lot cheaper than using the meguiars anyway and I'll see what difference it makes Thumbs Up

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MFC V



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Location: MK
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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 Autobiography Java Black

Snoverfinch

Autobright Lance & Magifoam mix





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CANROVER



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Canada 2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Santorini Black

itsmeagain wrote:
Nice and clean after another session of foa
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You must live in Birmingham Australia Rolling with laughter

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Stand Easy



Member Since: 10 Aug 2016
Location: Manchester
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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Cairns Blue

Can I resurrect this topic, I've bought a new macallister pressure washer but I'm struggling to work out which connection I'd need for a snow lance. Has anyone got a macallister? It seems the old macallister fittings are slightly different to the new ones too.

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Danv8



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United Kingdom 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Lux Alaska White

Didn't see this before, but here's mine.
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Danv8



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United Kingdom 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Lux Alaska White

Stand Easy wrote:
Can I resurrect this topic, I've bought a new macallister pressure washer but I'm struggling to work out which connection I'd need for a snow lance. Has anyone got a macallister? It seems the old macallister fittings are slightly different to the new ones too.


If it's none of these, you you are going to find it difficult to find one

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If you can't find one the alternatives are, a replacement popular brand machine, or a hand pump sprayer.

I also have one of these.
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CANROVER



Member Since: 03 Oct 2015
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Canada 2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Santorini Black

Because I have to lug my pressure washer out of the basement every-time I want to wash my car I rarely use it. Now I just use a normal soap dispensing nozzle off the hose after an initial pre-rinse and then a rinse and then the hand wash. I find Results are the same, it just takes a few minutes more but way faster than the time it takes to set the pressure washer up. This may change once I move into my new home with the double car garage Thumbs Up

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Blueskye1



Member Since: 10 Sep 2016
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Wales 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Java Black

Hi Canrover

I prefer the pressure washer for brake dust on wheels & arches etc..

A lot of people in the U.K. Who dont have easy access to a pressure washer use car plan demon foam Twisted Evil off a standard hose fitting not sure if it's any good..(Halfords)

Once used mix up your on solution & use same bottle Wink

Maple syrup & Canada Dry Rolling with laughter





Not sure if available to you in Canada Question

Probably more cost affective long term to purchase large container of snow foam & dilute similar to below but will require bottle & spray attachment..of course depends how often you wash the car



Andrew My first RRS HSE Purchased June 2016
Java Black 2.7
Date of first registration 22 February 2008
Cousin of the King of Stamford Bridge R.I.P. Ossie

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Stand Easy



Member Since: 10 Aug 2016
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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Cairns Blue

Danv8 wrote:
Stand Easy wrote:
Can I resurrect this topic, I've bought a new macallister pressure washer but I'm struggling to work out which connection I'd need for a snow lance. Has anyone got a macallister? It seems the old macallister fittings are slightly different to the new ones too.


If it's none of these, you you are going to find it difficult to find one

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If you can't find one the alternatives are, a replacement popular brand machine, or a hand pump sprayer.

I also have one of these.
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How it performs
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Thanks pal, I'm sorted now, it turns out the fitment for a new macallister is the Lavor/halfords one whereas the older macallister uses the Bosch/ b&q one.

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Danv8



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United Kingdom 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Lux Alaska White

Glad I may of been assistance

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DrRob



Member Since: 23 Feb 2011
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United Kingdom 2012 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Orkney Grey

Might try one of these on the garden hose with some snow foam.....
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/131919835947
Thumbs Up GONE - SDV6 HSE MY2012 in Orkney Grey.
1993 200Tdi Tdi Range Rover - a proper Rangie!
1949 Series One 80" in family since 1975! Where it all began.....

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Tim in Scotland



Member Since: 30 May 2005
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2013 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Stornoway Grey

The local car wash guys based at our nearby large garden centre use diluted snow foam agent in a hand pumped Hozeloc garden sprayer, seems to get the same results as using it with a pressure washer. Certainly better than I can get with the Karcher reservoir and snow foam attachment that I have for my pressure washer. To the extend that I no longer use my Karcher for washing the RRS and go to the garden centre and listen to the radio while somebody else gets cold and wet for 6. Still use the pressure washer with a long lance attachment for cleaning the mud out of my Defenders underside nooks and crannies. 2015MY Corris Grey SDv6 HSE Dynamic, preceeded by a 2.7SE RRS, a 3.6TDv8 RRS, several FFRR's and 2 Evoques.
Also in my garage is a 1996 TDi300 Defender 90 County HT made into a fake CSW.... my fun car to enjoy bashing and denting 20 years old and still giving loads of fun

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