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Old 04-09-2018, 01:56 PM   #1
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Anyone find it necessary to clean underneath the bus? When I was removing my seats, the method I used called for me having to go under the bus and while under there I noticed what seemed to be oil and dirt/dust buildup. How would one go about doing an underbody wash?
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Anyone find it necessary to clean underneath the bus? When I was removing my seats, the method I used called for me having to go under the bus and while under there I noticed what seemed to be oil and dirt/dust buildup. How would one go about doing an underbody wash?
A steam cleaner if you have, or can rent one. Otherwise, a good soaking in degreaser and a power-washer.

Don't power-wash bearing locations.

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