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Old 02-28-2015, 08:30 AM   #1
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Keeping Engine Bay Clean!

When I bought my 12 Mustang the engine bay was immaculate and I would like to keep it that way. What is the best product to use to keep things looking nice and new without causing any damage to the plastics?


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what I do (and it's just clean NOT show clean) is a spray my stopped NOT hot engine with a 30% simple green mix then a light mist with the hose. Remember engines are semi-water proof. If you want you can use some type of wax that does not stain plastics I like Turtle Wax Ice. Avoid spraying on the fuse box/alternator/etc
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Once done, hit the plastics and rubber with 303 Aerospace. Gives an OEM finish. It's water based, not oil based, and resists dust.


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what I do (and it's just clean NOT show clean) is a spray my stopped NOT hot engine with a 30% simple green mix then a light mist with the hose. Remember engines are semi-water proof. If you want you can use some type of wax that does not stain plastics I like Turtle Wax Ice. Avoid spraying on the fuse box/alternator/etc

That's pretty much how I do it. It's easy, and simple. I also suggest covering those items with plastic bags
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That cleaning method sounds good and I will look into the 303 Aerospace. This car does have a show quality clean engine bay somebody took care of it and I want to do my part. Really want to keep the like new appearance so curious what products people use. ThanksClick image for larger version

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That cleaning method sounds good and I will look into the 303 Aerospace. This car does have a show quality clean engine bay somebody took care of it and I want to do my part. Really want to keep the like new appearance so curious what products people use. ThanksAttachment 176337


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If that is a current picture so it's that clean now, you probably won't have to ever spray it down with a hose if you just keep up with wiping it down with damp cloths and treating with a product every time you wash the car.


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If that is a current picture so it's that clean now, you probably won't have to ever spray it down with a hose if you just keep up with wiping it down with damp cloths and treating with a product every time you wash the car.


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That's a current pic...that's what I was thinking too kinda if keep wiping it down. I would like to try to maintain it so it does not get to the point of having to use a hose


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That's mine, sorry about the darkness. It was much brighter in person. That's without the CAI install. I use basic cleaning and polish products. The engine is pitted and corroded, previous owner didn't care about the car, and it was up north...
But might be getting rid of it...


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That's mine, sorry about the darkness. It was much brighter in person. That's without the CAI install. I use basic cleaning and polish products. The engine is pitted and corroded, previous owner didn't care about the car, and it was up north...
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Agreed on the Aerospace 303. I use it for all my rubber and plastics. Doesn't streak or leave a glossy finish and its UV resistant. Best 'cleaning' product I've found.


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If you can't make it happen I suggest you do that! That GT 500 is a gnarly beast and its a thrill to drive!


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If you can't make it happen I suggest you do that! That GT 500 is a gnarly beast and its a thrill to drive!


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I know, I've driven one. But I'm not crazy about the color. I didn't like it at first, but the car lot is in front of the suburb I'm in. So I see it a lot and the color looks better and better every time I see it. It's candy red, black stripes. If I get it the wheels are getting replaced, don't care for the stock wheels...


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I know, I've driven one. But I'm not crazy about the color. I didn't like it at first, but the car lot is in front of the suburb I in. So I see it a lot and the color looks better and better every time I see it. It's candy red, black stripes. If I get it the wheels are getting replaced, don't care for the stock wheels...


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If it's Ruby Red with matte black stripes that's like one of the best looking combinations I would jump on that! Is it like the one in pic?Click image for larger version

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That's it. If I get it I'll hold off on mods until the warranty expires. Then again the car doesn't really need anything. I'll do suspension, cams, bigger blower, and full exhaust, that's about it. I don't drag race, I do road courses, and I hardly ever see Shelbys on a track, mostly modded GTs and Bosses. Just something different I suppose...


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That's it. If I get it I'll hold off on mods until the warranty expires. Then again the car doesn't really need anything. I'll do suspension, cams, bigger blower, and full exhaust, that's about it. I don't drag race, I do road courses, and I hardly ever see Shelbys on a track, mostly modded GTs and Bosses. Just something different I suppose...


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I honestly think you should jump on that it is a desirable color combination and I think it's a very handsome car! That one there has a new Kenne Bell supercharger, long tubes, watts link, and other various mods it pretty nasty!


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I honestly think you should jump on that it is a desirable color combination and I think it's a very handsome car! That one there has a new Kenne Bell supercharger, long tubes, watts link, and other various mods it pretty nasty!


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It depends on what they'll give me for my car. I'm not giving my car away, I gave them an offer and they'll get back with me when I give them the vin #. My parents are down here visiting me, and took my dad to see it and he is the same way about the color. It's definitely a color that would have to grow on you. When they go back home they'll get the vin for me and then we'll see...


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The key is not letting it go a long time in between cleaning. I wipe it spotless every week. But, mines not a daily.
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what I do (and it's just clean NOT show clean) is a spray my stopped NOT hot engine with a 30% simple green mix then a light mist with the hose. Remember engines are semi-water proof. If you want you can use some type of wax that does not stain plastics I like Turtle Wax Ice. Avoid spraying on the fuse box/alternator/etc
Simple Green is the best then lightly spray with water it will make any greasy engine bay look like new.

I also use on oil gunk and simple green powers right through.
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I like the RubyRed with Silver Stripes but, my 2010 GT had matte Black stripes on Gold beautiful car, only trouble with stripes kept getting bubbles in them from car wash. So on my RubyRed I decided not to stripe it, PITA because I really wanted to put Silver stripes.


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I like the RubyRed with Silver Stripes but, my 2010 GT had matte Black stripes on Gold beautiful car, only trouble with stripes kept getting bubbles in them from car wash. So on my RubyRed I decided not to stripe it, PITA because I really wanted to put Silver stripes.


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I will not let my striped car go through a car wash. When I take my car in to the dealer for The Works oil change, I tell them I don't want the free wash. I only either wash by hand, or the personal use wand type at the do-it-yourself car wash.


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Yep, I do the wand wash too but, they still bubbled on my 2010, even made sure I held wand at least 2' away


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Yep, I do the wand wash too but, they still bubbled on my 2010, even made sure I held wand at least 2' away


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Bubbled at the edge of the stripes or in the middle? Seems odd that washing would cause it to bubble in the middle, but I could see it lifting the edges.


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If you care about your paint you should always hand wash your car with the 2 bucket method. Any car wash or wand or whatever will leave swirls and tiny scratches on your car.


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If you care about your paint you should always hand wash your car with the 2 bucket method. Any car wash or wand or whatever will leave swirls and tiny scratches on your car.


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Could you explain how a wand sprayer can leave swirls when it doesn't actually touch the surface of the car? I'm not understanding how that could happen. Thank you!


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Sure I can Snarky. I was referring to the 'wand' with the foaming brush on the end. They have those at self car washes here. Your welcome.


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Sure I can Snarky. I was referring to the 'wand' with the foaming brush on the end. They have those at self car washes here. Your welcome.


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Those are for the tires only. I only use the gun type wand that just sprays water. I never even touch the brush wand. I hope no one uses that brush on their paint.


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Who knows what those brushes have touched. I'd never use them even on my wheels.


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Who knows what those brushes have touched. I'd never use them even on my wheels.


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+2 I'll stay away from the foaming brush. The previous owner of my car treated it like a garage queen it's literally showroom condition. Original key tags, owners manual still wrapped in plastic, I mean not a scratch or blemish. I feel bad but at the same time appreciative that he kept this thing like new for me to purchase. But I'm going to drive this b i t c h and put some miles on it and have fun with it! I do appreciate the great restraint that he must have used not to put any wear and tear on it for me! So I would like to keep that engine bay looking good however so any recommendations on products you guys use are appreciated!


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I have seen people use those brushes washing cars & SUV'S only time I use them to clean floormats


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I'll use it on my DD F150 but not my nice cars!


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What do you guys think about the engine steam clean done by outfits like Jiffy Lube, Grease Monkey, etc.?


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