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WARNING: Do NOT use Undercarriage Spray!!!


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haha, I know, before using this stuff, I'm not sure how I drove around with chalky wheel wells.

 

 

I used to use a black sharpie and color in my entire wheel well...thank god that nightmare is over. Bwahahaha.

 

 

Word...the stuff is amazing.

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This smells like grape Kool-aid. Don't do it on the garage floor without a thorough cleaning afterwards. Learn from my experience. LMAO

 

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Yes it is quite slick, especially if you spray it on to thick. A little goes a loooonnnnggg ways.

 

The best method is use the sweeping motion when pulling the trigger and spraying. This prevents "pooling" of the product and too much excess from getting all over your garage floor. Even knocking it down with some foam apps or a rag helps alot.

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Yes it is quite slick, especially if you spray it on to thick. A little goes a loooonnnnggg ways.

 

The best method is use the sweeping motion when pulling the trigger and spraying. This prevents "pooling" of the product and too much excess from getting all over your garage floor. Even knocking it down with some foam apps or a rag helps alot.

 

:iagree:

 

I spray it on very very lightly and use a foam applicator to spread it around. I apply it in the driveway and never have drips that I have had to clean up from the driveway. For tighter or smooth areas I will spray the foam applicator directly and then wipe it on the surface.

 

But like the OP said... it is addicting. And the addiction with the undercarriage spray doesn't end with the wheel wells - I haven't gone to the extent of doing the entire undercarriage...YET!~but have laid on the ground and done the skidplate and front axle area on the 4Runner... it just looks and smells soooo good! :help::drool:

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:iagree:

 

I spray it on very very lightly and use a foam applicator to spread it around. I apply it in the driveway and never have drips that I have had to clean up from the driveway. For tighter or smooth areas I will spray the foam applicator directly and then wipe it on the surface.

 

But like the OP said... it is addicting. And the addiction with the undercarriage spray doesn't end with the wheel wells - I haven't gone to the extent of doing the entire undercarriage...YET!~but have laid on the ground and done the skidplate and front axle area on the 4Runner... it just looks and smells soooo good! :help::drool:

 

Bingo!! No need to spray it on so heavy it drips. I use 4-6 light mist shots per wheel well, and I use a dedicated rag to spread evenly onto any plastic trim or suspension parts. DONE. :)

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Bingo!! No need to spray it on so heavy it drips. I use 4-6 light mist shots per wheel well, and I use a dedicated rag to spread evenly onto any plastic trim or suspension parts. DONE. :)

 

I completely agree except my nozzle doesn't spray it only streams (its broken).....so i had you either let some drip or not use it all before a car show.

 

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chase, its a great problem to have. A gallon is in my near future, along with my other big addiction ive been blowing through...glass cleaner :D. Thanks for the warning though chase, if you need to get rid of some cause its so dangerous throw some to your jeep brother over here :D haha

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You people are killing me! I keep reading how much everyone enjoys Adam's stuff so much. I'm seeing all these beautiful machines looking like they just rolled off the assembly line. And now I'm reading about the wonderful smells. :banghead:

 

I've gotta make and order soon or I'm going to loose my mind! :eek:

 

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:iagree:

 

I spray it on very very lightly and use a foam applicator to spread it around. I apply it in the driveway and never have drips that I have had to clean up from the driveway. For tighter or smooth areas I will spray the foam applicator directly and then wipe it on the surface.

 

But like the OP said... it is addicting. And the addiction with the undercarriage spray doesn't end with the wheel wells - I haven't gone to the extent of doing the entire undercarriage...YET!~but have laid on the ground and done the skidplate and front axle area on the 4Runner... it just looks and smells soooo good! :help::drool:

 

What year, color and model is your 4Runner? Could you post a few photos please?

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What year, color and model is your 4Runner? Could you post a few photos please?

 

Don't want to hijack this thread so I don't want to post photos here. I did respond to your thread a few days ago, "2001 Toyota 4Runner Owners?" And would be happy to talk 4Runners there! :2thumbs:

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