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Old 04-30-2007, 09:03 PM   #1
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How do you clean your nitro cars and what do you use to clean them with?
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I use compressed air, WD-40, paintbrushes, lint free rags.
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For my 8ight I like to take the radio tray/engine out. Then initially spray the chassis down w/ Simple Green, followed by compressed air.
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For my 8ight I like to take the radio tray/engine out. Then initially spray the chassis down w/ Simple Green, followed by compressed air.
Awesome I hear simple green works really well thanks for the help
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Purple Power, (Similar to Simple Green) Toothbrush, elbow grease and an air compressor.

If I need it off quick while out having fun, Nitro Blast.
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i take a few thing's off.. i us a tooth brush with put soap in a bull of water... and i use a paint brush to get into those hard to get places.. you all know what im talking about.. i even go as far to clean the tire's...
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