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Slick Offroad Wash - A Slick Way To Get Clean

Posted in How To on May 1, 2011
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Getting dirty is part of the fun, but after you've returned from your latest dirty adventure, it's paramount that you get your rig clean. What’s the big deal with cleanliness? Besides making your truck look like it’s driven by an upstanding citizen like you, wrenching on a clean truck produces better results. Not only that, but it’s typically during the cleaning process that you spot trouble and breakage. Oil leaks and cracked frames don’t always reveal themselves when coated with muck. Find problems now and fix them while they’re pint-sized.

Slick Offroad Wash knows the importance of cleanliness. Better yet, Slick Offroad Wash knows the importance of convenience.

Slick Offroad Wash is designed to be tough on dirt, and easy on bearings. It’s a dirt dispersant, not a degreaser. If you’ve got degreasing to do, you’ll need to use engine cleaner or another type of degreaser.

How Did It Work?
We liked the concentrate packets. They're easy to store and easy to use.

Once the solution was mixed up, the pressurized applicator's benefits became apparent. The wand made it a low-effort process to reach every square inch of the truck. No nook or cranny escaped.

No scrubbing! We just waited a few minutes and rinsed. Dirt deposits disappeared.

After towel-drying the truck, it looked like it did before our latest dirt foray - new brush scratches notwithstanding.

Good stuff.


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