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Undercarriage washing

ace72ace

Zaino, I put that $hit on everything
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The touch-free wash at my local Shell station has an undercarriage wash option, that has jets that spray up when you are driving your vehicle into the wash bay. It's kinda cool to do this with the '13 model as the water vapor 'snorts' out of the hood vents because the water is under some decent pressure.
 

ace72ace

Zaino, I put that $hit on everything
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Correct. I would probably wait a few months for the stripes to 'set' and also maybe a coat of wax on top before the touchless wash. Have run mine through the touchless twice, everything looks good.
 

ace72ace

Zaino, I put that $hit on everything
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Incredibly lazy or devoting way too much time on blogging, posting, and planning your next mod/trip/track event with the Boss? ::) ;D
 

drano38

Wayne
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Don't remember where I got it, but I have an extendable spray wand that sprays a fan shape.
Plan to use it on all of my vehicles when it warms up.
My Boss is a fair-weather driver, so it stays pretty clean. But a belly water spray can't hurt anything.
 
If you have a pressure washer I would get one of these bad boys.

http://pri-industries-inc.amazonwebstore.com/16-Undercarriage-Cleaner-4000-PSI/M/B0065OYYQQ.htm

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