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Autoglym Polar Blaster £30 + £4.99 at autoglym
Posted 21st JulPosted 21st Jul
Polar Blaster is a unique foam gun designed to work in harmony with all Polar Series products, providing the speediest way to safely pre-wash, wash and protect your vehicle.

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It's free delivery if you spend £50 which is quite easy if you buy the polar blast snow foam


Good spot - thanks for sharing @virdeeb (strong)


Just ordered one for my husband's birthday :) Thank you OP!


Good price but no Bosch adaptor available.

Autoglym Intensive Tar Remover, 325ml - £5.89 Prime (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
I use this myself and it works really well (y) Seems a decent price as well 👌 Intensive tar remover rapidly and safely removes residual contaminants from vehicle paintwo… Read more

Why not? It's all natural ingredients. I'd rather put wd40 on than chemicals in autoglym.


Nail polish remover is good at removing glue (might want to test on little area of dash board first however)


Or use smooth peanut butter. True story!


a soft cloth dampened with petrol cleans tar spots off easily, works on both solid paint colours as well as clear over base. It also drys quickly and buff with a dry soft cloth like mutton cloth. Polishes up well afterwards also. We have used this method for years with no adverse effects. Why not give it a go, just don`t be too heavy handed or over soak the cloth. Not saying the Autoglym is not a good product as it is, just highlighting a cheaper alternative for £1.10 ish a litre.


Fairy and water?

Autoglym Super Resin polish 1 litre £11.89 or £10.89 (no rush delivery)@ Amazon (Prime) / £16.38 Non (prime)
Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
Limited time deal. Great product, cheapest I can find atm. limited time deal. Plenty in stock. Also found that I could use no rush delivery and gain an extra pound back. All helps… Read more

Brilliant stuff at a good price - worth buying some polish applicators (I bought some glart ones on amazon) as I was polishing an older car and didn’t want to put a load of swirls into the paint


Yea, you're using to much... Youre looking for a light haze, not a coating like wax. Also, do one panel at a time... If you leave it on too long it becomes sticky! Then a dry microfiber cloth will just wipe it off. I put mine on with elcheapo microfiber pads from eBay, used damp.


Just use less product and a damp pad/cloth. Never had a problem with dust, using this combo.


It's an OK polish, it's the dust it creates I don't like.


I was too lazy to buy this the other day, thank god for laziness it just saved me £6

Autoglym foam shampoo £11.51 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Good deal

Polar blast is a pre-soak foam (snow foam) which helps soften and lift dirt and debris off your paint surfaces allowing it to be hosed off to reduce the chances of scratching. but does not have to be used prior to polar wash.


Yes you can just apply this then rinse off no problem. It will just be a simple wash mind but if you want to do the full whack you'll need a few more products, time and money. And quite a bit of time watching youtube vids.


why would you "need" a specific prewash? Cmon, take two steps back man, it's a car shampoo!


If I'm correct, all the polar blast does is take off the bits of grit/debris/insects etc that could scratch the car if you try and wash it. The bits could get into your mitt etc and cause swirls. Using just the wash may give you swirls. I used the polar blast then the wash, then resin on mine.


Would also like to know thus

Autoglym Polar Seal 1L Pressure wash coating - £13.98 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 10th JulPosted 10th Jul
A protective, hydrophobic coating, for a quick and easy high-gloss finish. Polar Seal is a protective coating that has been specially formulated for application through a pressure… Read more

Depends on how you wash and treat your car, as well as which products are used. This is generally used after a car has been fully de contaminated and waxed, to top up the shine and protective properties. But even just a basic wash and using one of these products will bring an element of shine and water repellency to any car. But it won't last very long, maybe a few weeks tops. There is no definitive answer. It's a case of trial and error. Hope this helps


Water beads off if applied correctly and hardly anything to dry , mainly the roof (y)


Looks good,but you still have to dry the car... So what's the point ?


Anyone able to comment on how this compares to: Gyeon Q2M Wet Coat - Ultimate Super Hydrophobic Spray & Rinse Coating Auto Finesse Aqua Coat Hydrophobic Rinse Thanks.


Cheers op. I have grown quite fond if this stuff for my better halfs zafira. It doesn’t last an age but does last till the next clean and a little goes a long way.

AutoGlym polar blast 2.5L snow foam - £12.32 Prime / £16.81 non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 10th JulPosted 10th Jul
Polar Blast - Pre-wash Snow Foam Polar Blast is a snow foam pre-wash that should be applied using a pressure washer. Covering the entire vehicle exterior with a magnificent blanket… Read more

Bought this yesterday and it turned up today. Used it in my Karcher k5 this afternoon and it came out like p1ss. Mixed as per instruction.


The description says a good starting point is 100ml product to every 500ml water. If you have an suv or similar you could be looking up to 300ml depending on the thickness of the foam you want. Which works out about 8 washes, which is quite pricey.


I went with the autobrite Lance for my nilfisk and use bilthamber foam.


Used this for first time yesterday, really nice foam and clean, smells nice also


You snobs should Just use Fairy platinum....... (lol) You all sell your cars every 3 years anyways

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25% off AutoGlym Products @ Auto Glym Store
31/08/2020Expires on 31/08/2020Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
GET SUMMER READY 25% OFF EVERYTHING A free Autoglym Hand Sanitiser 100ml will be added to every order whilst stocks last ENDS 31/08/20. UK ONLY, EXCLUDES SHIPPING *non-professi… Read more

You should try some no nonsense degreaser, £8.99 for 5 litres at screwfix. Cleans fabric seats like no other. Diluted at 1:5, so will give you about 25 litres of product. Of course you can dilute even further if you're worried about staining etc. I also used the same to clean the engine! Just be careful and test first. Preferably with a wet vac. If you don't suck the product out you'll find that each time water gets on the seats it'll reactivate the product and possibly leave stains. Good luck.


If anyone is wondering, I think auto glym make good products, used the bumper gel yesterday on my old Land Rover and even impressed myself, polish, glass and wheel cleaner are also excellent.


Try woolite, loads of videos on youtube and its not expensive either.


I've seen people use fairy liquid to clean their seats (fabric), has anyone tried that?


Just found the products I needed on Amazon, cheers.

Autoglym Interior Shampoo, 500ml £6.91 @Amazon (+£4.49 Non-Prime Delivery)
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Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
This easy to use spray and wipe formula removes stains and grime from synthetic fabric upholstery, carpets, roof linings, vinyl and plastics. A carefully balanced blend of surface … Read more

Yeah it’s certainly worth a buy.


Cheers mate I've ordered one see how it goes


That's fantastic, thanks so much for the advice. First time I've had a car nice enough to spend this time on, it's all a novelty for me! XD


As f As for super resin Polish, I'd get a microfibre Polish applicator and go in overlapping circular motions. Leave for a few minutes and it should go to a haze. Then Polish off with a dry microfibre cloth Also since you mentioned Super resin Polish, the best thing to do after that is to apply autoglym extra gloss protection. That'll make the paint stand out. To summarise: 1) Wash car with a car shampoo, not fairy liquid. My own preference is Autoglym Pure Shampoo. 2) if needed, get Iron fallout remover from Meguairs or Autoglym. You may need tar remover if you have black spots on your paint work. Also a clay bar with lubricant if your paint is rough when you run your fingers through it- but not necessary if the paint is not too bad. 2) apply super resin polish 3) apply gloss protection


Thanks :) , but actually it's the exterior one I'm most worried about, just wanna make sure I get the right thing to not scratch the paintwork, any recommendations for a cloth or whatever I need to apply it? Edit - just seen your other comment, thanks. Microfibre cloth it is! (y)

Autoglym tyre dressing 500ml - £6.54 (Prime) £11.03 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
This I think is an amazing price really helps your tyres shine; amazing for the price and great reviews!

I would choose Autoglym over Megs tyre gel. No matter what I did with the megs tyre gel it always splatters down the side of the car as soon as I drive off. If you out the AG stuff in with an applicator you get amazing results with no splatter.


Makes cars look like just driven off "Honest John's" backstreet used car lot ! The just washed tyre looks much better than I would have expected.


That’s right ‘Toon Army’ definitely said only use washing up liquid on tyres.


I never said the car I said the tyres! And you can use it on paint 'if' you're going to do a machine polish, it'll take all the old wax off for you


Good price for the Autoglym product. I’ve used ‘Meguiars Endurance Tyre gel’ and it’s good and pretty long lasting (Costco used to sell it with the Genuine Meguiars foam applicator included for a reasonable price). However as folk have said the Meguiars product has silicones in which mean it’s very greasy feeling and hard to clean off when washing tyres at next wash (so hard to get tyres looking really clean and black instead of that browny look). On the recommendation of Darren Priest (‘Autofetish’ channel on Youtube) I switched to Chemical Guys VRP (vinyl , rubber and plastic) and bought and 2.5 litre container which has lasted me about 3 years, it’s good as dries quickly and you can relayer it if you want a ‘wetter’ look. You can also use it on inside and outside of the car. Darren rated it better than Meguiars as it has has less ‘sling’ (less likely to flick off tyres and stick to car paint when car driven). He also liked the fact VRP is water based so much easier to get clean tyre really clean at next wash, before tyre dressing (which he says makes finished dressed tyre look better and look lasts longer). His videos are Very informative, Especially the older ones (check out the Clay bar one for an interesting background into how and why clay barring is very useful) , some find his delivery and explanations quite long winded, but I like him and he has decades of car detailing experience (albeit in the good ol’ US of A and not UK). I’ve also heard good things about Carpro PERL on the ‘Forensic Detailing Channel‘ on Youtube) for tyres (as someone mentioned above already), but not tried it myself. Happy detailing!😄 (y)

AutoGlym Intensive Tar Remover, 325ml £5.89 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
I saw this at amazon and thought this was really good price. I have not used this product, but generally autoglym products are fairly good and this seems like a very good price.
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That is really weird lol. Youre welc


On a side note... I ordered this (Thanks OP), but wanted to apply it via a spray bottle instead. So I squeezed the contents of the 325ml bottle into a spray bottle, and was surprised that it only filled it to the 200ml mark.


Use this on my black BMW no problem. Wherever you use it though will need re-waxing/sealing as it eats through it. It's not noticeable but if you're OCD about your protection then you might consider it. If you want a wax friendly tar remover, you could try something like Gyeon Q2M Tar (or similar) which is a spray on, dwell, wash off tar remover but is wax safe.


Sorry. Forgot to hit reply. Just added a comment doh.


GTE. Ford Essex V6 2994 cc 125 bhp. Not a lot now but was reasonable back in the day. Only weighs about 22cwt so went reasonably well. Appreciate all the tips re storage but I fear it's a bit late. Needs a lot of tlc. Clutch stock once before but jacked up rear wheels, started car in gear, banged on brakes et voila, freed clutch. Amazing!!

Autoglym Super Resin Polish 1L at Amazon for £11.89 Prime
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
**Edit - now even cheaper! £11.89** Limited time deal, and only a few pence more than the 500ml bottle! Autoglym super resin Polish imparts an exceptionally high gloss shine to a… Read more
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price now reduced to £11.89


Can anyone recommend a decent wax after applying this polish?


Thanks, will try it. I have used Gtechinq W6 Iron and General Fallout Remover but disappointed with it


My friend recommends g101 to remove bugs and blood splatter.


Got white car and cannot get rid of bloody bugs

Autoglym Polar Seal 1L £13.98 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Part of the Autoglym Polar range Polar Seal - Pressure wash coating Polar Seal is a protective coating that has been specially formulated for application through a pressure washe… Read more

Tbh your probs get the best result with a drying cloth, natural or manufactured one. Don’t think your want to put more products on top of this.




Just use this. Far easier, as long as you have a snow foam Lance.


I usually use Meguiars quik detailer or quik spray wax as a drying aid. Would I still use that on top of this? Or just use this and not bother with the Megs?


Ordered mine and used it this weekend. This stuff is amazing. I was glad to see rain Sunday morning to watch the water bead off the car!

AutoGlym polar blast 2.5L snow foam £12.52 (Prime) / £17.01 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Polar Blast - Pre-wash Snow Foam Polar Blast is a snow foam pre-wash that should be applied using a pressure washer. Covering the entire vehicle exterior with a magnificent blanket… Read more
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Now £12.32!


Nice one!


I managed it in the end too, some of the advisors act like you are taking it directly from their pay, others just give it to you. Took me 3 chats to get it done.


I bought it for around £14 a few days before they reduced it. Hopped on Amazon chat and they refunded the difference.


Have you used the Bilt Hamber stuff?

Autoglym Polar Wash 2.5L £11.50 (Prime) //£15.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Price looks good... (y) Safe and effective cleaner for home pressure washers. Should be applied using a pressure washer with a foam gun. Creates a thick, high cling, blanket … Read more

Yep heard so much of the same from other people. BH, expensive but worth it.


Most effective snowfoam in cuttin grime but wish is was thick so it clings for longer in summer , I always keep a thick snowfoam like magifoam to hand and add 10ml of it when I need it thicker


Doesn’t seem to create a thick foam but I think that’s more to do with the Karcher jet nozzle


Used both and I find the bilt hamber far better as with all of their products


Its ph is 13/14 but when diluted correctly its wax safe

Autoglym Polar Blaster foam gun - £34.99 delivered @ Auto Glym
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Autoglym Polar Blaster foam gun - £34.99 delivered @ Auto Glym
Finally back in stock in their sale... Free delivery when spend over £50, which you basically will if ordering wash also. Better than the Karcher product (see https://www.hotukde… Read more

The nikfisk one that comes with the kits is even more hopeless for snow than the Karcher one. You can get the proper one with a nikfisk adaptor to, no need to double up, they tend to be slightly more expensive presumably because the nikfisk fitting is brass rather than plastic. If you don't want to spend that much extra, just get £3 hand pump sprayer from a supermarket etc. The chemicals work just the same, they don't need to be turned into snow. Probably why so many think the Karcher one is good. A lot of people reckon Power Maxed TFR is more effective than snow foam anyway, you use a hand sprayer to apply that and it's cheaper than snow foam too.


Cheers. I’m just about to click buy on - Seems to already come with a foam gun. If I go for the Chinese one (could be a bit more proper), then I guess I need to start looking for an adapter as the Chinese one is for karcher not nilfisk


eBay is swimming in them, example here... Loads on Amazon too.


Any links?


Any links?

25% off at Autoglym also stacks with partner offers- £4.99 shipping/Free if over £50
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
25% off at Autoglym also stacks with partner offers- £4.99 shipping/Free if over £50
Autoglym are having another 25% off sale but I’ve noticed that partner offers are also stacking. I’ve used my code via Bennett’s to get another 25% off the sale price so I’ve got t… Read more

Voted hot, however if spending under £50 and have prime, it can work out cheaper to buy there due to the £4.99 delivery here.


'non professional products only' What a shame. But if you're happy to buy off the shelf products then a good deal, good work.


Ah right sorry was hoping was a readily available code.....cracking deal for you there mind (y)


My code was via my motorcycle insurance.



Autoglym Polar Wash 2.5L £13.54 @Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Autoglym Polar Wash 2.5L £13.54 @Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
Polar Wash
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Mine is coming on Monday.


This was £12 just last week - but with delivery in October!


Agreed this is a great deal. Hot


With that name it could only be cold in here!


Why the negatives?

Autoglym Polar Wash 2.5L £12 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Posted 13th AprPosted 13th Apr
Autoglym Polar Wash 2.5L £12 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
£12£14.9920%Amazon Deals
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Best place for good k2 lance and container tia


Also great for stripping your wax/LSP


Thanks for the info, proper novice here, just bought a new Sportage last month so wanna look after it


Pre-wash isn't a requirement from any brand to still get good results, it does help on particular dirty cars though. Pre-wash just helps remove contaminants touch free before you wash with a solution by hand. Personally I'd always pre jet wash with water and then use a pre-wash solution before moving to a hand-wash solution though.


Has anybody used this without the pre wash? Is it a case of having to buy the whole shabang to get the results you want or will one do? Cheers

Autoglym Polar Blaster Snow Foamer - £31.99 (or £28.79 Trade) + £3.99 Postage @ Halfords
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
Autoglym Polar Blaster Snow Foam Gun Designed to work with all Polar Series products Adjustable spray pattern Quick, fun and safe to use Polar Blaster is a unique foam gun … Read more

Apparently OOS and their website doesn't let tehm show that, so they changed the price to £999 so people didn't buy them.


Glitch on their site? £999 each


Free delivery kicks in when you spend £50, otherwise it's £4.99


Or buy the same cannon without the logo for £25.99 and free delivery!


Make sure you buy a number plate bulb or something. Could be a costly trip out otherwise! :|

25% Off at Autoglym - £4.99 delivery, free over £50
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Posted 31st MarPosted 31st Mar
25% Off at Autoglym - £4.99 delivery, free over £50
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Did someone say a new polar blaster foam lance? Yes please!

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