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Thread: Just for Fun - How do youi clean your parts ??

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    Since Crash 1 is gonna stay a complete runner.
    Crash II is to be the ground up build. :P

    In securing parts for the "Crash" Family sometimes the pieces are darn right nasty dirty.

    Some parts react well to a pressure washer while others need a bit more "care" to bring `em back to life.

    Wiring harnesses soaking in the laundary tub with a solution of simple green works pretty well.
    Then a quick run through the dishwasher brings `em out almost like new. But engine brackets dont come out to well in the dishwasher.

    The washer is good for cleaning tie downs and straps.

    What are you folks doing when the `ol lady isnt looking ?

    Right now I am cleaning my YJ dash bezel. Tough scrub plus ought to do it :rollseyes:

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    welfare wheeler GLFWDA Member joe_jeep's Avatar
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    im much better at getting things dirty! still got mud on the jeep from the quarterly meeting.

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    Lower 41.5 GLFWDA Member Renegade II's Avatar
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    Frankenmuth / Saginaw, Mi.


    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(MuddyPaws &#064; Nov 21 2006, 11&#58;58 PM) [snapback]20172[/snapback]</div>
    I put my snatch straps and tree saver in the washing machine......
    Me too along with the shop towels, but I do it at the laundramat.

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    If leaving them outside in the rain doesn&#39;t work, I spray it with brakeklean....

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