How do you guys clean your engine bays? Do you just take them to the car wash and use the engine cleaner? If you do this, is there anything you have to worry about not getting wet? Thanks for the help.
i wonder the same thing...i sprayed mine and then realized there is a light up there and i think i burned it outblack4x4 said:Is there any way to get the mud stains off the insalation on the hood.
what kind of armor all...and is that ALL OVER EVERYTHING? cuz i have mud up there and i took it to the spray wash and i sprayed it..and it looked clean...but then it dried and it looked the sameonyx said:while engine is warm, spray armor all, let sit about 5 mins, then rinse, let sit, then spray w/ armor all, let sit, then rinse again... then wipe if need be... should look :head2:
use armor all thoroughly....
what about the actual engine...or everything else for that matter. i sprayed it with the hose at the car wash put the dirt on the actual paint is still there...god damn dirt!Black_Chrome said:tire shine works really well on the plastic pieces under the hood, as well as extier plasitc.
Yup, it will ... back in the day at a car show if someone engine still didnt look clean enuff we'd just spray it down with WD-40, it would look all nice and shiny, but when you got home it would be covered in dust and junkSlvrpismochevy96 said:Those of you who used armor all or tire shine on the plastics and what not under the hood, did it seem to attract alot of dust afterwards?
bcubed said:Yup, it will ... back in the day at a car show if someone engine still didnt look clean enuff we'd just spray it down with WD-40, it would look all nice and shiny, but when you got home it would be covered in dust and junk