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post #1 of 27 Old 05-04-2014, 11:24 AM Thread Starter
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Who washes and details the undercarriage of their Camaro?

My question is who washes and details the undercarriage and wheels wells of their Camaro or am I just too particular about my Camaro SS?

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I do even use under carriage spray from Adams

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I do even use under carriage spray from Adams
Ive never used Adams but 1 time when I caught it on sale on ebay. Since then ive used Griot's undercarriage detailer since I bought a gallon for $19 on ebay, that was a steal...

I checked Amazon and they have a gallon of Chemical Guys undercarriage detailer for $28 so I will probably buy that next...

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It sounds like a good thing to do but unless you have a lift, it sure sounds like a PITA

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It sounds like a good thing to do but unless you have a lift, it sure sounds like a PITA
It is a PITA but well worth after you see the results

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It is a PITA but well worth after you see the results
I don't doubt that and I guess I should make an attempt every year or two but, since I live on a dirt road, I don't think it is gonna happen any more than that here

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I don't doubt that and I guess I should make an attempt every year or two but, since I live on a dirt road, I don't think it is gonna happen any more than that here
Oh come on Hokie, quit bein a party pooper get out that detail spray

It's funny when they came and got my Mustang and loaded it up on the truck the guy looked underneath and said ****! ive never seen one that clean so at least someone did notice after all these years of me doing it

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just spray it at the pressure wash.

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just spray it at the pressure wash.
I used to do that sometimes to my Mustang with my pressure washer and it worked great also...

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I have the undercarriage washer I use or every once in a while I do the touch less wash which sprays pressure underneath.

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