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Old 10-26-07, 10:46 PM   #5 (permalink)
FF Drifter
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Car 1: KA7 Legend sedan, 5 speed manual


Section V: Conclusion/Results

The finished product:


My safe but ash-covered neighborhood:


Another angle:


Reflection:


When drying my car, I like to dust under the hood as well. Might as well do my mechanic a favor. It's easy to make your engine look relatively clean just by dusting a few components: fuel rail covers, strut bar, intake, throttle body cover, shock tower area, brake booster, etc. :


I use a canned air duster (for computers) to reach tight crevices where my towels don't reach (note to self, go to Office Depot for more canned air):


Thanks guys!


Next DIY I'll clean my rims or clay my car. One of those two.
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