Cleaned/detailed your filthy rig? Let’s see those before and after photos

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Alright, I’m guilty. I didn’t clean mine. BUT I’m making this thread to hopefully motivate myself to FINALLY use my sweet Chemical Guys products this weekend. Encourage me with your photos, lol.

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Little bit of muddin' and a lot of clean up after.
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Little bit of muddin' and a lot of clean up after.
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That is impressive. How did you do the engine? I’m assuming it took a while to get the undercarriage too? Unless you left it mostly dirty.
 

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That is impressive. How did you do the engine? I’m assuming it took a while to get the undercarriage too? Unless you left it mostly dirty.

Yeah the undercarriage took a couple of washes to get most everything, but mainly just a pressure washer for that.

The engine bay was careful pressure washing to avoid electrical components, the a lot of rags, then Armour All cleaning wipes. Took a while for sure but came out really well.
 
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