I use S100. I hose off the heavy mud, then spray it with the S100 and hose it down again.
I assume this film is what helps make it easier to clean next time?explorer said:
It didn't seem to help. It was a white residue film.SARGE said:I assume this film is what helps make it easier to clean next time?explorer said:
Soundsl like it need buffing or something? Interesting. I guess I'll hold off on this until the review crew tortures it. Thanks for the info man.explorer said:It didn't seem to help. It was a white residue film.SARGE said:I assume this film is what helps make it easier to clean next time?explorer said:
I built a couple of steep ramps out of 2x12's to drive them up on. That makes it a LOT easier to clean the bottom.SARGE said:Does anyone winch theirs up or stand it on the rear rack to clean underneath?
The Wash product can leave a residue if left on too long. In most cases the liquid portion will evaporate and leave the cleaning chemicals behind which usually look like a white residue or chalky looking. Usually this is due to one of the following reasons: hot outside temperatures, hot machine surfaces, direct sunlight or just leaving the Wash on the bike or ATV too long before rinsing off.explorer said:I thought I was only anal atv cleaner. :laughing7:
I usually spay the heavy stuff with the power washer (not a real stron washer...1500 psi), then spray with Simple Green. Let it set for a few minutes, and spray again. Then wipe down with a damp towel to avoid spotting. Finish off with a little Armour All to keep the plastic shiney.
I tried the Xtreme Clean cleaner and found that it left a film. Simple Green works just as good...but without the film.