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    Re: Foam gun users...want a bunch of clay lube?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    He he I feel quite the opposite. I won’t wash without a foam gun.
    Me either, I thought about quoting that too lol. Just goes to show again that people have different ideas about whats worth doing and whats not.

    I'd rather not even wash the car then have to do it without my pressure washer and foam cannon.

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    Re: Foam gun users...want a bunch of clay lube?

    Quote Originally Posted by sudsmobile View Post
    If you use your gun everyday, I doubt it ever needs to be cleaned. We've never cleaned ours, it works fine. If it fails and I can't fix it, I have a backup that I'll put in use. A foam gun is a consumable IMO, like a pressure washer or a vacuum. It would be nice if it would last forever, but that's unlikely when used professionally.
    Like I said in the earlier post I've never cleaned mine even once in 3 years and it still works great.

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    Re: Foam gun users...want a bunch of clay lube?

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulMys View Post
    So just to clarify, you advocate no equipment maintenance, and are yet again butting heads with a pro detailer?

    Yeah, no surprise here. SMH
    Excuse me?

    How am I "butting heads" by saying the truth about my experience with a foam cannon? It doesn't matter if someone is the worlds greatest super duper detailer and I'm a complete beginner (which I'm not). Anybody can have valuable experience or good ideas.

    Do you typically go through life letting everyone pull rank on you? If you don't like my opinions or trust my experience just move on. Don't try to start arguments.

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