has anyone ever used either of these simple green or purple power? do they work what was the result thanks for any info. Joelreally hot water works best. you dont want to use too high of water pressure either. that can force water into places you dont want it.
Best advice....really hot water works best. you dont want to use too high of water pressure either. that can force water into places you dont want it.
Yes, I just want to clean under the engine. I would like to get something I can put in a 1 gallon pump sprayer and spray down the bottom of the engine. then let it soak and hose off later. no pressure washing just a garden hose to rinse things off. has anyone ever found a good cleaning solution for this? Thanks JoelBest advice....
I have a pressure washer....great on concrete.... and it will get under the siding and into the electrics....not good !
I wish some-one would would make a true mini-steam cleaner for an affordable price.
I read that quickly and it looked like "and a tongue brush". Yeech.I usually use simple green and a sponge/toothbrush.
I was actually thinking of using it on some anodized bicycle parts. In the engine bay of rust belt cars, there's no anodizing left worrying about. Interesting on the cobra pipe... I have that issue. Maybe I will give your plan a try. Blow off pipe is pretty bad too. Might get a quick sanding. I was surprised to find that the heat shield is steel... always thought that was aluminum. Need a different plan there.What do you have in your engine bay that's anodized aluminum? Purple Power won't affect regular unfinished aluminum, at least. I used it clean up a pretty ratty-looking cobra pipe, followed by some Eagle One self-etching mag wheel cleaner. That stuff really brightened up the old aluminum.
Ah, now that I look closer, everyone sells the Industrial Strength. It's just not in the description except at Advance. So "Extreme" must be 2x the Industrial strength.I have never seen the Extreme - what they sell at Autozone on the shelf is the "Industrial Strength."