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Hey people 

so I started my car(after a month)and let it warm up for 10-15min and walked away like an idiot , and only realising when sitting back in the car of the smell, I got rid of most rat shit but I’m sure there is more , and worried about chewed up lines and wires?😒

Just wanted to know if steam/hot water cleaning by a professional car detailer is safe?

Cheers

 

 

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1 minute ago, Shyboy said:

Hey people 

so I started my car(after a month)and let it warm up for 10-15min and walked away like an idiot , and only realising when sitting back in the car of the smell, I got rid of most rat shit but I’m sure there is more , and worried about chewed up lines and wires?😒

Just wanted to know if steam/hot water cleaning by a professional car detailer is safe?

Cheers

 

 

Wut?

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Lots of rat shit and ruin on top of engine 

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So, you want to know how to wash your engine bay?

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Yes if I could .lots of rat shit and urine on engine covers , under plenum around injectors.... all over engine and all stuck badly I tried blowing them off but no luck 🙁

 

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After only a month? Where are you parking the car, an abandoned grain silo in eastern europe???

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Lol

secure car park 

I’m  hitting it with gurnie this weekend and hope for the best.

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Get a ferret.

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13 minutes ago, Ben C34 said:

Get a ferret.

Lol

i wish I Was as funny as you 

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Have you tried truckwash or aerosol degreaser?  They remove most things organic.  A pressure washer might work but could also push water into places you don't want.

I'd go with a just hose pressure and truckwash to start with.

 

That's what you get running without a cat :)

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Thanks  buddy , yes I was going to use degreaser then a light wash , and leave it for a week or two before I start it.

Im surprised no one else had this issue 

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Car Cleaning Guru has a good video on this on youtube, just take it easy with the pressure washer

You also can't wash chewed up wires back together :/ 

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11 hours ago, tridentt150v said:

 

That's what you get running without a cat :)

Ahahaha!

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So ended up using spray degreaser and washed it down with soapy water and hosed it down and let it sit for a week .

luckily they haven’t chewed up any wires that I could see.

Anyway It started up first go👍

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