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As a car enthusiast, I’m always on the lookout for the best car washing products and methods. While looking around online, I found the Chemical Guys Torq Foam Blaster 6, which connects directly to a standard garden hose. They also have the Torq Foam Cannon, but since I don’t yet have a pressure washer, I opted for the Foam Blaster instead.
The Chemical Guys kit comes with:
- The Torq Foam Blaster 6 foam gun and spray nozzle. The Foam Blaster 6 has five settings for regulating how much soap foam is produced while spraying.
- A 4½–gallon heavy-duty detailing bucket with the Chemical Guys logo
- The Cyclone dirt trap bucket insert, which fits perfectly in the bucket
- A chenille microfiber wash mitt, which features a super-soft 70/30 microfiber blend to help reduce the chances of creating scratches and swirls in your car’s paint surface.
- A 16-ounce bottle of the Chemical Guys Honeydew Snow Foam auto wash cleanser. This car wash soap has a pH-neutral formula, which makes it safe to use in direct sunlight for a spot-free wash and with whatever wax you may have previously applied to the car.
So, I decided to try out the kit on the Austin Mini, for which I previously did a seat cushion repair. The Foam Blaster 6 was pretty fun to use, and I do feel as though it helped improve the car washing process. It’s a little hard to turn the dial to select how much foam you want to produce, but once you figure out a setting, you can just leave it in place. The Honeydew soap created thick suds. However, it seemed to take a while longer to completely rinse it off the car, which really isn’t much of a problem
The Cyclone dirt trap worked pretty well. The only thing I didn’t really like about it is that it’s difficult to remove from the bucket since there isn’t anywhere to grab it besides the little cones.
The kit is available on both the Chemical Guys website for $79.99 and on Amazon (with Prime shipping) for $98.57.