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This is a discussion on cleaning under the car within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by 99'CajunFirehawk157 I think you meant to type ADAMS not ADAMA ... http://www.adamspolishes.com/c-10-dressings.aspx Adams makes good stuff, good ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99'CajunFirehawk157 View Post
    I think you meant to type ADAMS not ADAMA...
    http://www.adamspolishes.com/c-10-dressings.aspx
    Adams makes good stuff, good to know, thanks. Let us know how it works, PLEASE.

    Yup, I meant Adams. I fat-fingered the A and the S
    That's the product I've got. I will report back my views after I use it under the car

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    I just use diluted Simple Green and a power washer to rinse it off......


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    Wink Nice...

    Nice, I used that cheap purple stuff straight, its pretty strong, let it sit for a few mins then power washed too, put the front up on rhinos, cleaned, then did the same to the rear...yours must still be wet in that last pic?
    I have now gotten to where I will not drive my car if there is rain on the radar within 20 miles of my house....anal, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99'CajunFirehawk157 View Post
    Nice, I used that cheap purple stuff straight, its pretty strong, let it sit for a few mins then power washed too, put the front up on rhinos, cleaned, then did the same to the rear...yours must still be wet in that last pic?
    I have now gotten to where I will not drive my car if there is rain on the radar within 20 miles of my house....anal, yes.
    yep, just finished spraying it off and decided to snap a pic. I have since installed a carbon fiber drive shaft, which is not pictured.

    I also don't drive my car in the rain either. It's WAY too much work to keep them clean when you do, and after awhile they won't be able to get as clean underneath.

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    Dang! that's anal
    It looks good though. If I had a lift available, I'd probably be doing the same!

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    Rhino Ramps Goose, a poor mans best freind! Although I got to tell you for $1500-1800.00 those 4 post drive on lifts are starting to look real good... Make it easy then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRHAWK9 View Post
    I just use diluted Simple Green and a power washer to rinse it off......

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    cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99'CajunFirehawk157 View Post
    Rhino Ramps Goose, a poor mans best freind! Although I got to tell you for $1500-1800.00 those 4 post drive on lifts are starting to look real good... Make it easy then...
    Nothing like having your own lift in your garage. That is cool!

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