Posted by Pete on May 28, 2005 at 10:06:25:|
I have a 3000 PSI pressure washer. I can not recommend it highly enough! Make sure you wear safety glasses and long sleeves. Also make sure that you do the cleaning somewhere that is well away from things that you wish to keep clean (house, driveway, other cars, wife, dog, kids, etc.). Hit the Jeep with high detergent soap (Simple green, Crud cutter, whatever) allow to soak in for a while, then hit the high pressure. That stuff will move! Depending on what level of disassembly you're planning, you can actually do the whole Jeep this way. A large balloon does a good job of sealing the distributor, just make sure to mark the wires before removing them.
: I bought a jeep on e-bay a while back, thinking I would use it for parts, but as I look at the things that are on it, it becomes more important as it is,as it has never been never taken apart. I am now only trying to just remove the grease without taking it down any further. Any good grease removers or is it just the same ole elbow grease to remove the 60 year old stuff? Any new products out their? This Jeep is in good mech. shape just needs a good cleaning and a rattle can. This jeep may be of historical value and I want to keep it as close to the vehicle it was in it's day.