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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by indr, Feb 20, 2013.
If that's not possible I would submerse it in soapy water and go at it with a small brush. Maybe use a heatgun to put and 90* angle on a toothbrush.
Run it thru the dishwasher. If that doesn't do it, take it to the magic wand car wash. Truck needs a wash anyway, right? Silt might be sticking because the plastic has some sort of static charge. Find an anti-static pad and touch it to that? That's all that I can think of?
Air filter cleaner. Test it first before spraying the whole thing down to make it doesn't melt it. Then a bath with Dawn dish detergent and it should be good to go.
May be a bit odd of a suggestion, but sodium percarbonate (nappysan/ diaper cleaner) works quite well to remove just about anything without any mechanical rubbing. It is most active in hot water. just soak it in hot water/sodium percarbonate, it's pretty impressive stuff.
Anchor it to a sizeable rock, and drop it in a local stream for 24 hours.
Dishwasher, or Simple Green and an old toothbrush.
Use kerosene it "dissolves" the glue-like dirt. After that use a brush, and finish of with hot water and/or pressure washer.
I use Carb cleaner and a bristle brush.