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Old 03-24-2008, 01:59 PM
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Engine Detailing For You Clean Nuts

All, I was cleaning my truck the other day and went to clean my engine compartment up a little so I went to the Auto Parts store to get some "goo" and to my disbeleif no one carries CD2 Engine Detailer anymore! I used this stuff on my Musatang engine and it made the engine look awesome. I did some research and found it for sale on amazon, so if you like to pop the hood and for people to oohh and aahh about how clean your motor looks pick up a can ( I ordered a case of 6)..........Enjoy


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Sounds good Deke. Don't use a pressure washer on the PSD. Low pressure rinse with a garden hose.
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Old 03-26-2008, 09:38 AM
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Got ya. Low press or steam is about all you need if you use a good cleaner.
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I will have to check out under your hood when your done.
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