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    Cleaning my Engine Bay?

    so forgive my ignorance on this subject but im fairly new to actually caring about and cleaning my car well haha. Im going to be installing a radiator shroud in the next few days but my engine bay is quite dirty, what is the best way to clean it up a bit? Just a damp towel or anything specific?
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    Paging "Sasquatch".

    Also check out the "How to safely clean my engine bay" in the ""detailing" forum
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    ah perfect thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rage-wrx View Post
    Paging "Sasquatch".
    You could eat off his engine bay.
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    You can use a mix of about half degreaser and half water. Put that in a spray bottle and spray all around. Then just wipe off with water and a rag or just spray it with water. That normally works well.

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