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Old 01-29-2002, 03:07 AM   #16
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My advise.....

Use a solvent cleaner to break down the grease and road film (let it sit) then rinse off with very light water pressure. Let it dry completely then use a foaming tire spray and let that sit then wipe off excess. This leaves a nice shine on the rubber and protects it. Also you can use goo gone and elbow grease on the paint expecially on the underside of the hood. The procedure I used when I worked at a detailing shop.

DO NOT USE FORCED AIR!!!! it pushes the water into wireing and other parts and WILL damage them
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