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MADCOW

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MADCOW is an UK based manufacturer of detailing products. The brand was founded in 2013 and has been spreading its products over various countries in Europe. It recently found a distributor in America as well.

MADCOW history

MADCOW was founded in 2013, at the time of writing it is believed that the brand was set up by Tom Allen and Phil Bateson. The company makes its own liquid and solid products and offers a range of cleaning and protective products. MADCOW also started doing a Team Mystery Box, where you pay 17 gbp for a box with unknown contents. The value of the contents is said to exceed the price of the mystery box and will have different content in each box.

MADCOW products

MADCOW offers a collection of products that range from snowfoam, polish and sealants, to decontamination, accessories and clothing. One of the waxes sold via MADCOW is in collaboration with JUGÅ, a Norwegian, handcrafted car wax. United Kingdom based customers can order directly from MADCOW themselves, via their webshop. Foreign customers can use several different resellers throughout Europe and America. Several of these resellers also offer the Team Mystery Box option.

Company information

MADCOW has its own company website and has several resellers with their own webshop. The brand is fairly active on social media and has been mentioned on different Facebook groups by either its customers or the owners themselves. The brand can be seen on some detailing related events and might be represented by resellers at larger meetings or car care related events.

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