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Foaming Your Engine Bay??


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20 minutes ago, jstaples17 said:

The title should be pretty straight forward. Can you? Should you? Besides the always electrical concerns if you do what else should you be watching for?

 

thx, Jordan 

I don’t see why you couldn’t,  you might have better results using TRC, or APC. But I don’t see that there would be a problem as long as you covered any intakes and exposed electrical components 

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I don’t think I’d foam the engine bay. Use an APC since it’s more degreaser and that’s what you want in there. We use that, a brush gently and a hose. That way we aren’t forcing water where it shouldn’t be. Engine bays take work to make them look their best. 

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You really don't need to get nutty with your engine bay.  I have 2 approaches, one for keeping a clean bay clean and one for getting a dirty bay clean.

 

1. Keep clean clean:  Use Waterless Wash and an Edgeless, just spray and wipe.  I chose to leave it naked (no dressings of any kind) when I had this car.

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2. Make dirty clean: Use APC and a cheap microfiber you can throw away when you're done.  Just to experiment I wiped this down with Interior Detailer once I got it cleaned.

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