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Kilrathal

Engine bay clean

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Kilrathal    6

Hey all,

Just wondering what everyone uses to clean their engine bay.

i.e degrease and give it a shine again.
The previous owner of mine didn't like the idea of a clean engine bay apparently. So i'm looking to fix that.

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Linx    35

Halfords engine cleaner and a tooth brush.

 

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Hudson    164

green gunk and small bristle/tooth brush, cling film/bag up any electronics and the intercooler and gently hose off 

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Kilrathal    6
On 17/05/2017 at 11:54 PM, Hudson said:

green gunk and small bristle/tooth brush, cling film/bag up any electronics and the intercooler and gently hose off 

Yeah heard about the gunk stuff on a youtube video.

Do i really need to bag off the intercooler? As that needs cleaning also.

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Hudson    164

Halfords sell it so you can use that 15% discount on it :) If you want to clean the i/c just be careful round it and stay well away from the fins

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Kilrathal    6

haha gotta use that halfords discount when i can. already saved me £30.

Will probably bag the i/c off as you suggested and clean it with a light brushing to remove dirty and air.

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Martian    17

I have just bought a tub of virusol, this stuff is amazing!! I will post photos when I am able.

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aucky    452

i use one them hand held steam cleaners that lidi sell,then autoglym engine degreaser and any parts that still dont look clean give then a new coat paint.

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