Re: How do you usually wash your Jeep
I'm pretty much like Scott when it comes to washing, if I can, I do a the foam lance, then pressure wash down, then use foam gun on hose as I wash...in the winter though, I do it a little different;
Hood, roof, windows...change wash/rinse bucket water and start fresh, do one side, change water, other side then done, wheels/tires are before I start. My neighbors always laugh..."your car doesn't even look dirty" when I pull it out to wash. Having coatings like Gtechniq and 22PLE help make it easier to maintain and speeds up the process in the summer, but I too do all the edges of the doors, hatch, under hood, etc.
I have gotten used to just going through the touchless in winter, and only wiping around the doors, etc and not touching the paint. It's like a dog just looking at a treat with glass in between, I have to refrain from wiping it down but I want to so bad. Waiting for spring in Ohio so I can get all the little red specs off the white paint and give it a proper cleaning...and start battling pollen. love when it has a little film of pollen, then sprinkles just a little rain, then the sun comes out and bakes it on. The other day I hand washed, then sprayed on some Iron-X...the car looked tie-dyed with the purple running down...I started almost getting the shakes wanting to start claying.
If you were born here, you're American, no colors, no races...know your heritage and be proud of it, but act like an American, or go to the nearest coast or border...AND LEAVE!!