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WOWO’s

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WOWO’s is a brand of detailing products from Glasgow, United Kingdom. The brand makes and sells detailing products varying from waxes to shampoo and other cleaners. WOWO’s is fairly unique in that it is almost a one-man operation.

The products

WOWO’s makes and sells many different products, such as cleaners, shampoo, wax, snowfoam, wheelcleaner, sealants, glass cleaner and leather care.

Wowo’s history

WOWO’s was born in September 2013 after many years in the detailing trade by Fraser Gordon. From his younger years, he always had a passion to take care of his vehicles, and in 2013 his passion to him to develop WOWO. The first few years WOWO’s had the help from a local chemical supplier for the manufacture and supply of the products. This partnership ended in 2015 and Gordon started to establish his own factory to produce a 100% original and handmade range of products. As time went by, and the knowledge grew, the products got better and WOWO’s products now stand tall next to other big name in the world of detailing.

WOWO’s is an abbreviation of “Wax on, Wax off”

Company information

WOWO’s has its own company website and is active on social media. Gordon has been seen on detailing fora and the brand can be found on some detailing related events or car meets. There are no official resellers yet known, but the products can be found in some webshops.

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