What all do you need to do? I am going to spray her down and get most of the dirt/mud off, but that else do you suggest?
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Originally Posted by BLS33 View Post
just get her as clean as possible on the underside and in the engine bay.
Try and wash it off as soon as you can. Mud drying on things=trouble. I have seen guys paintjobs, brakes pads, and other things get messed up from mud staying on too long.
1992 Red YJ 4.0 with 5 on the floor and 33's
i have had mud covering my jeeps paint for about a week and nothing happened to it. maybe i have a good clear coat. but yea the first thing i do when i get home is hit the undercaraige for like an hour making sure to get in every nook and cranie.
the sprinkler thing works great. do it everytime. I am challenged by my engine bay. I wash the chunks off but the gray coat just seems like its on there permanently. I am going to try some EB1 engine degreaser to see if that works. Anyone try it before for mud?
91 Grand Wagoneer(Winter vehicle/project)
Prior 08 Wrangler JK Lifted-Miss her
i was told pine sol and warm water works well too but while the engine is running so the heat and cleaning agents work togather.
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