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but if you dont want to fry your electrical, simple green solution works well, and a ton of rags and brushes, and if you have kids put their small fingers to good use.
 

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Steer clear of uncontrolled washing like a power washer of any kind. Stick to brushes and simple green as mentioned above. There are better cleaners, but simple green will not damage your paint and can run off into your grass/sewers with no ill results.
 

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yeah i used Engine brite and it was wearin down the paint : (
 

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the easiest way i've found is tho completely remove the engine and all hoses/wiring from the engine bay, then wash and wax. . .i do this everyother weekend. . .I don't have an engine lift, so I usually have to benchpress it out from underneath. I have it down to where I can do the whole process in about 15 minutes. I also have some oceanfront property for sale in AZ if anyone's interested!

sorry this post adds nothing to the cleaning process, but it could be a possibility!
 

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****, i was looking for a bridge, my search continues
 

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i took the suggestion, only cause i could do it easy as well.
 
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