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Old 08-21-2005, 11:05 PM   #11
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CD2??? where can I get some of that?
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Autozone.
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Thanks Will!
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Greatest thing about CD2 is that it makes subsequent cleanings easier. I didn't use it the first year I had the SSEi, but the last two years I have, and it'* been much easier to keep it that way. My secret has been kept long enough apparently (maybe I should have hidden that can before all you WCBF bozo'* came to the house).

Both my engines could be eaten off of, year-round.
We need some side by side comparison with Bill'* engine and Dr. Bob'*.
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I wouldn't hesitate to eat off of either of my engines at any time.
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I wouldn't hesitate to eat off of either of my engines at any time.
I'm not starting anything I merely said Bob'* was past superclean. Would be nice to see them side by side.
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For the black rubber I would get some tire cleaner or mean green clean the hoses completely and get some armorall spray on to the rubber when dry let it stand for atleast 5 min to penetrate then wipe off.

I have done this with my tires and they look almost new

For the extra touch up and matenance get some "wet and black" by turtle wax spray it on then wipe off this works great for tires also
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All that stuff you just mentioned is a dust magnet. Use CD2. It cures and doesn't attract dust. It'* made for engine detailing.
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I cant find CD2 engine detailer at Autozone, or any local store for that matter
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wow, old topic, lol. Let me see if i can get a link to you online where you could buy it at.
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