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Read another post where somebody made an always ready foaming mix for the foam gun using an old gallon container, but think this was using the older red soap. If I want to make a gallon ready to use foam solution using the new blue car wash soap, I would use 8 oz of soap to 120 oz of water? This would equal the 2 oz of soap in the 32 Oz foam container while foaming, correct?

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I've tried this and it just doesn't foam as well as mixing each batch as you go, maybe it's because I tend to use hot water in the foam gun. The hot water definitely gets better suds.

 

To answer your question, if you have a 32oz foam gun just multiply how much soap you put in that times 4. Or a 16oz foam gun multiply times 8. 

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Paging Michael (mc2hill)

 

From my other thread 'Always ready' foaming solution

 

 

 

I was getting ready the use my Adam's foam gun this morning and thought 'hey, you have a gallon container of Car Wash mixed at wash strength (http://www.adamsforums.com/forums/tips-tricks/4606.htm), why not do the same for the foamer'! So I filled an empty Car Wash Shampoo gallon jug with 96 oz of water and 18 oz of Adam's Car Wash Shampoo (per Dylan's recommendation of 32 oz to 6-8 oz of shampoo). If I want thicker foam I can add a little more shampoo to the foam gun canister.

 

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