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Cleaning a honeycomb grill, and applying VRT...


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Ever look at your grill and wish there was a way to get the dirt and water spots out of that honey combing without it being a pain? Want to get some plastic care product in there to keep it looking new? Try this nice little simple trick!

 

 

Grab your favorite plastic care product (I prefer Adam's VRT), and a couple $0.85 foam staining brushes from a hardware store, and go to town! Works great not only for applying the plastic care product, but for scrubbing out the hole when washing too!

 

 

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And, here is a shot of one of them done, with the surrounding ones still having water spots in them.

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Good find! I am changing the rear lower valance of my car to a different design to get rid of the closed off honey comb. See sig.

 

I have open honey comb in front and this is a great way to do them.

 

Thanks for the great tip!

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Looks great!

Don't get me wrong, VRT is one of my favorite Adam's products.

 

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What?

Edit: never mind I didn't see Rich edited your post so now it doesn't make much sense to me.

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glad i came across this post because i couldnt figure out a way to clean up my grills that didnt take forever. thanks for the tip!

if you havent already, dilute you VRT about 50% and put it in a spray bottle for areas like honeycomb grilles.

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Got my VRT!:banana:

 

And mixed it 50/50 with water in a 4oz spray bottle. Sprayed it on the grille of my Shelby. :thumbsup:

 

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The brush was cumbersome in the honeycombs that had backing. I couldn't get into all the cracks very easily and there was left over VRT in them that was difficult to wipe out. So...

 

I used compressed air to blow out the honeycombs w/ backing. What a GREAT job it did. It moved the VRT into all corners and cracks of the honeycomb and blew out the excess. One word of caution. Wear goggles! VRT burns a little when it gets in your eyes.:willy:

 

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Another great product from ADAMS! :cheers:

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