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Corey
08-03-2014, 01:26 AM
Scholl Concepts BUBBLE "Pudding" - 1 Liter
Concentrated All Purpose Cleaner (33 oz) (http://www.carpro-us.com/auto-wash/scholl-concepts-bubble-pudding-apc-1-liter/)

Scholl Concepts BUBBLE (http://www.carpro-us.com/auto-wash/scholl-concepts-bubble-pudding-apc-1-liter/) is a universal (All Purpose) cleaner provided in a "pudding" concentrate. Suitable on both difficult to clean and many sensitive surfaces, Bubble pudding is a 6-in-1 substitute for car shampoo, interior cleaners, fabric cleaners, pad washing solution, leather care cream, tire and wheel well cleaner, and rims! Bubble can be used on both interiors and exteriors, in the garage, and around the home.

BUBBLE is a phosphate free, environmentally friendly, and formaldehyde-free cleaner safe on virtually all surface types and is provided in the viscosity and concentrate of a pudding. The Scholl Concepts pudding formula is easier and less costly to ship, less likely to spill or leak, and brings a variety of new cleaning applications to the table with its pudding like viscosity!

Features:


Versatile
Economical
Environmentally Friendly
Fresh Citrus scent
Safe on virtually all surfaces


Specifications:


Made in: Germany
Size: 34oz (1 Liter)
Scent: Lemon / Citrus
Viscosity: Pudding


Application:


Dilute to suit the task at hand. (Dilutions shown below)
Warm water aids in easy dilution of pudding viscosity
To create a foaming type cleaner slide spoonful of "pudding" into bucket or bottle before adding water.
See our upcoming article on our forum for the vast array of applications and the methods of use!
Suggested Dilutions:



Tire Cleaning: 1-3 Teaspoons per 16 oz of water
General Cleaning: 1 Teaspoon per 160 oz. of water
Intensive Cleaning: Spread non-diluted on the surface (See Precautions)
Laundry: 3 Teaspoons


Precautions:


Always test compatibility of cleaner on an inconspicuous area of surface before use.





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Andres Bravo
08-03-2014, 02:02 AM
Interesting. Adding to my next order.

EVOlved
08-03-2014, 06:08 AM
Ok that is a very odd one Corey I will give it that. I am wondering how hard it is to mix with distilled water.

Wors
08-03-2014, 11:23 AM
Interesting. Adding to my next order.

Me too. I am very interested in trying this product.

Corey
08-03-2014, 01:07 PM
Ok that is a very odd one Corey I will give it that. I am wondering how hard it is to mix with distilled water.

When you see it in action you will see why they say pudding, lol. It scoops easily into a spoon and slides right back off into a bucket or bottle. I will have a video for you with some more info from my testing soon!

Andres Bravo
08-03-2014, 01:37 PM
Just put in my weekly order!

Wors
08-03-2014, 08:54 PM
Just put in my weekly order!

Did you order the School Ice Glass Gel too?

Andres Bravo
08-09-2014, 07:54 PM
Did you order the School Ice Glass Gel too?

No, I did not see it on the site. But will try on the next order!

Just receive Bubble! This weekend will play with it.
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Chris@AutoCleanse
08-10-2014, 12:54 AM
Like cool, but different in a good way. Please provide some feedback. Thanks.

Mike lambert
08-18-2014, 02:28 PM
I have been using this for several weeks now and apart from getting used to putting it in a bottle,I like it! I tried Corey's dilutions and they work very well. It smells nice and clean,does not seem to leave any residue,and on a stubborn stain in a mat used straight it dissolves grease very well.For as versatile as it is,the price is good also.

Dr_Pain
08-18-2014, 06:54 PM
Interesting!! I may have to give it a try. I feel another order being generated!

Detail2Correction
08-26-2014, 06:34 AM
I'm ordering some of this tonight. I will report back with the results.

Detail2Correction
08-31-2014, 03:19 PM
I wish the dilution ratios were a little better. I'm trying to do some math and figure out how much Bubble I need for 32oz of water to get close to a 4:1 and 10:1 ratio. With not knowing how strong this stuff is I don't want to throw a tsp in 32 oz and hope for the best.

Tire Cleaning: 1-3 Teaspoons per 16 oz of water
General Cleaning: 1 Teaspoon per 160 oz. of water

That's a pretty wide range there.

mobilejay
08-31-2014, 07:51 PM
Has anyone made a video of there experience yet?

ChrisDA
08-31-2014, 08:43 PM
I agree Jason, I good review video would be awesome :)

Corey
09-02-2014, 03:52 AM
Ahhh, I made a few videos of it - just haven't had time to make them view worthy.

My favorite use so far was rubbing it on the tires neat and letting it sit [emoji7]

mobilejay
09-03-2014, 02:10 AM
Corey, do the videos show different dilution ratios and a bunch of different things you can use this on?

Corey
09-03-2014, 03:17 AM
Corey, do the videos show different dilution ratios and a bunch of different things you can use this on?

Hey bud, I've now used on wheels, tires, and now interiors. LOVE it on interiors. Love on tires, wheels I'll honestly say it didn't do anything others won't but still did as good as any apc. Wheels I prefer Trix or another wheel cleaner I've been playing with ;);) one nobody has heard of yet. More to come on that in time :)

Detail2Correction
09-07-2014, 02:13 PM
I agree Jason, I good review video would be awesome :)

I'll have a review later this afternoon.

Detail2Correction
09-09-2014, 02:11 AM
I agree Jason, I good review video would be awesome :)

I didn't make a video but I did do a review on it.

http://carproforum.com/showthread.php?547-Scholl-Concepts-Bubble-Pudding-APC-review&p=4060#post4060

ddvette9
09-21-2014, 01:26 AM
Hey bud, I've now used on wheels, tires, and now interiors. LOVE it on interiors. Love on tires, wheels I'll honestly say it didn't do anything others won't but still did as good as any apc. Wheels I prefer Trix or another wheel cleaner I've been playing with ;);) one nobody has heard of yet. More to come on that in time :)

What is this mystery wheel cleaner you speak of???

Corey
11-27-2014, 04:33 AM
What is this mystery wheel cleaner you speak of???

Hehehehehehehe, I will direct you to Scholl Concepts Rim 7! Been playing with this and the aforementioned mysterious product ;) If your looking for a great wheel cleaner right now the Rim 7 is in stock and does not disappoint. Great product

quebert
12-14-2015, 10:10 AM
As an interested potential buyer, I'll bump this thread and ask how people are liking it? I went to California public schools so my math skills are outstandingly horrendous. But I see it listed @ 1tsp in 160 oz of water for general cleaning. Does that mean if I use it strictly on interiors I could get about 252 gallons out of 1 bottle... errr can of this pudding? Even at highest wheel dilution I figured out 84 gallons. If my math's correct that's freaking crazy impressive. If my math is wrong, as it probably is somebody please correct me lol.

Also a 2nd question, I detail in So Cal where the water restrictions are uber enforced. I'm an eco detailer to the point I don't have a water tank or pressure washer. I use Kwazar pump sprayers and am ordering a Kwazar Neptune back pack. Anywho my question is if I used this on wheels at a high strength would such a sprayer's PSI be high enough to wash it off? I can't find PSI ratings for any of the Kwazar stuff I have, but it's definitely a lot lower than even a hose in an area with lower water pressure.

Detail2Correction
12-29-2015, 04:15 AM
I am still using it and still love it. I typically use about 2-3 tsp per 32 oz of water. I use it when I would use a APC 4:1. The thing I like about it the most is it's gentle and I've never had a problem with it staining or damaging anything I've used it one.

I'm sorry that I'm not able to comment any further on your questions.

quebert
01-02-2016, 09:48 PM
Just got my Scholl pads in today, hopefully this will will well for cleaning pads. I ordered a Grit Guard Pad Washer but I didn't think about ordering a dedicated pad cleaner.

IloveReflectPolish
05-16-2017, 10:13 PM
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I've had this product since the last Black Friday sale Corey did.

One of the best uses I've found for it is cleaning microfiber that wont come clean after a regular wash.

I recently did a clay (used a clay towel), and Hydrofoam on a neighbors car. He helped me, and I gave him my Microfiber Madness Wave rider to dry the glass. Evidently he rubbed too hard and I got some nasty black stains on the towel from the window trim.

First pic is after a regular wash.

Next is after working in the SCBP. I left to dwell for 15 minutes.

Next pic, I worked it in a little again, let sit 15 more minutes. Didn't add more product. The great thing about this vs. a standard liquid APC is it wont evaporate quickly.

Next pic. Then I put it in a 5 gallon bucket with some hot water (120* F). Before immersing it, I also put some water on the spots and "lathered" it up. Let soak for 15 minutes.

Next one. I dumped the bucket and the towel in my top load washer. They don't call this stuff Bubble for nothing! Normal wash, ran two rinse cycles.

IloveReflectPolish
05-16-2017, 10:17 PM
Finished results. I took pics of both sides of the towel as I couldn't find any remnants of the stains! You may see some "Blotchy" looking areas. The towel was not completely dry when I took pics. This is just water.

Never put a towel in the dryer if it has stains on it, even on low heat, the heat will set the stain in, and could make it impossible to remove!

fdresq4
05-17-2017, 11:33 AM
Talk about the proof is in the Pudding...:cool:

Steve