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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daytona 392 Driver View Post
    You can use the Adam's wheel cleaner spray for the engine bay. I spray it, take a rag or brush (depending on how dirty it is and where) and give it a wipe down and then hose it off real good. I wash my car every week, so it really doesn't get that bad. And the best thing, their wheel cleaner won't hurt your paint.
    Once I run out of my CG product Ill give the Adams a try, I haven't been disappointed yet! I also never had the guts to hose off my engine bay so I usually just spot clean with a rag and solution.
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    Something's I have noticed

    The foam gun you use doesn't make as much of a difference as your soap does. I personally use CG honeydew and absolutely love it. I can swear by that product and Griots. The pressure washer should be 1.4gpm anything less and I have encountered some issues. Also I use an electric one from HomeDepot cant think of the name off the top of my head but its something like 1400psi 1.4gpm and it was 140dollars. I can also swear by the OP's methods for detailing. To me washing a car is extremely personal. Every time I purchase a car, new or old, the first thing I do when I get home is wash it.
    Thanks BM_SRT thanked for this post



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