Self-Restraint when Washing Cars

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Self-Restraint when Washing Cars

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It's something I can't yet master. Especially here, where the fasteners never corrode into a flaky fusion of bolt and bodyshell. So easy to unbolt one bit, unscrew another, release some clips, etc etc. Had to stop before I was at the firewall with this one; it is such a basic car.
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Re: Self-Restraint when Washing Cars

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Ahh, go on, pop the wings off and give the insides a wipe down! ;-) :-P :-D

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I removed the splash shields, washed them and washed inside the wings with my cloths and 2" soft brush. Close enough? :lol:

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Re: Self-Restraint when Washing Cars

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I'm surprised the under bonnet sound deadening hasn't been removed and laid
flat for a thorough vacuuming? Your s2 Xant with black bumper inserts actually
looks a whole lot better than being fully fully colour coded white.