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Hello all...I just purchased my 2015 jcg grand cherokee limited ecodiesel and have a detailing question: I was driving in snow and red mud this weekend. When I washed it, there is a red mud residue inside the fender wells even after spraying them thoroughly. I've never had a car with the fibrous type of wheel well liner that the Jeep has. I know it's an off road vehicle, but when I clean it I want it to look clean. Please advise.

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Hello all...I just purchased my 2015 jcg grand cherokee limited ecodiesel and have a detailing question: I was driving in snow and red mud this weekend. When I washed it, there is a red mud residue inside the fender wells even after spraying them thoroughly. I've never had a car with the fibrous type of wheel well liner that the Jeep has. I know it's an off road vehicle, but when I clean it I want it to look clean. Please advise.
Try and get sand out of those fibers. be careful with a pressure washer on those fibers....I use my hose nozzle set to "flat/fan" and it does pretty decent at getting crap out of the fibers.

FWIW, they use that material as it greatly reduces road/tire noise from wet roads
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My Jeep travels off sealed roads just about weekly (as the in-laws live on a farm) so there is always dirt and crap up in the liners. I get stuck right in with the pressure washer to really clean them out and after more than 12 months doing this there is no signs of wear that I can see. I figure they're in a wheel well so they should be able to stand up to the abuse of everything thrown at them.
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