its only set to 65mph...wont blow anything off but water at that levelSandy said:Bee careful with an air compressor - those things can literally blow off nameplates & small emblems. Too high pressure concentrated in one small area.
Elvis:Elvis said:I stay away from those brushes. Usually, Bubba just scrubbed all the grit and mud off of his International Harvester truck with it. I've seen many a minivan where Skip or Buffy completely runied the finish with one of those brushes.
156MPH said:C5..........I use to have the registration plate "C5 KLLR"
Sandy said:My cars have all won trophies. I pride myself on how they look. Here's my formula.
I use a wash mitt, and I use "No. 7" Car wash, in a bucket of warm water. I work down starting with the top. I do the wheels/tires last. I soap up a section at a time, and then rinse with a hose with a sprayer on the end, usually set at "medium mist" ~ I ONLY dry using my lawn & leaf blower, on "High" ~ again working from the roof down. I never use towels (lint) or chamois (tiring long process of wipe & squeeze). With the blower, nothing touches the car but air.
Whitewalls? I use Westleys Bleach White & a stiff brush. Brake dust? I use Eagle-one Wheel Cleaning Kit # A.