Just got back from a great snow skiing/hiking trip. My baby got a bit dirty.
Wash from the inside outward. Don't want to drive the stones deeper into the radiator fins with water pressure.Funny....I received a notice of violation in one of the Northeast states a few years back for following to close. It was based on a toll booth photo showing the Honda within 5 feet of the coach!
I need to wash out the radiator as soon as we get some warm temperatures.
For years I have only used automatic car washes that don't have brushes. Works well. As the blower never fully dries the car as I drive out of the car wash, I take a towel so I can finish wiping the remaining water off.During the warmer months, I do a better job just using those powerwashing bays -- and they're cheaper -- just a pain in the butt doing the underbody. However, in the winter, I like the dealership wash or Mike's. Mike's CarWash is a Midwest thing, so it's not everywhere, but it's the best -- soft sponges instead of brushes -- and they do a really good job of pre-washing it.