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I will be picking one of those bad boys up from you in a few weeks.

 

Rob

:patriot:

 

I have a few Gilmour IIs in stock. $70 shipped. I'm the Adam's Philadelphia area dealer, if you need any other products, let me know.

 

Eric Thompson

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Get them where you can get them guys... we won't be carrying them anymore. Gilmour (bosch tool corp) has gone Chinese and we simply refuse to compromise moral or ethical business practices in order to stock them.

 

Hope I can find a reasonable domestically (or at least non-chinese) alternative soon. :patriot:

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Yeah, now that I have one I am eyeing up a gallon of Car Shampoo. When I use the foam gun (rinse, foam, rinse, foam, wash, dry) the finish is really clean. For me, the multiple foam passes really seem to release a lot of the grit we sometimes get here. By the time the wash pad touches the finish, most of the nasty grit is already gone.

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I have only used mine once, last weekend,and the black finish was really nice and clean afterwards. We have wind here today and the finish is covered with grit and junk. Saturday will really give it a good test. This time going to try using the car shampoo straight in the container, no dilution.

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I found this FOAM GUN at Cemical Guys. I would rather purchase from Adams when they get theirs online. But if you are all in the market for one, this seems like a good deal.

 

http://www.chemicalguys.com/Auto_Detailing_Car_Wash_Shampoo_s/10.htm

 

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Got a question about the Foamaster I. On the top, there is a small brass screw. Mine came with two of them. Any idea what that screw is for?

 

I believe that there is a 2nd screw used on one end of the brass metering shaft.

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Has anyone tried the Tornador Foam Guns of of autogeek? They are the ones that you hook up to an air compressor instead of the water hose.

 

I have one it works okay for the exterior, I would recommend the Foam Cannon that goes on the pressure washer instead. But the Tornador does produce a TON of foam, 2oz of soap to 30oz water and you're good to go. Also can use it w/ carpet&interior cleaners ect ect. . .

 

This is a pic using the Tornador after sitting for abt 8 - 10mins

 

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I got mine from detailedimage I think. They have a website but paid 50 shipped to my door. Works amazing and I am going to try the rinse, foam, rinse, foam, wash method this time around. I have been doing rinse, foam, wash when using it but I just read the first method in a previous post and think it will get more dirt off. Also got my eyes on getting a gallon of Car Wash from Adams now since I use alot of soap with the gun. About 3oz in gun and 2 in buckets

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I just got the one amazon had in stock. Mine only had the two settings off and A. I took mine apart and they had it all the other selections A-D, they just didn't drill the holes in them. Use very small drill bits. I think my D setting is a bit much. You also have to cut a small plastic tab on the wheel that prevents the wheel from turning to the other settings. Also if you take yours apart, there is a small metal bb that will fall out as you open it.

just got mine today too, can't wait to use it

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if anyone needs a foam gun there is a place by me that has at least three in stock similar to the ones adams sold but the adjustment is different there is a pin with a cotter pin that adjusts by sliding and putting the pin back in. when i asked the guy why its that way he said when he gets them sometimes they have the pin and sometimes they have the regular adjustment on the top. but if anyone wants one i can get it for them and send it to them.

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GTO Guy,

Did you see if there were markings on wheel where the other settings would be? I thought about taking mine apart too and modifying it. Plus there has to be a stop molded into the wheel to stop it from turning to the other settings.

The 'A' setting did a pretty good job but the foam wasn't very thick.

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