July 17, 2007A lot of people have written about cleaning their engines with tire foam. I did it and it looks awesome. Then I went ahead and also sprayed inside the wheel wells. Then I took armorall wipes and hit the door handles and trim. It all looks great.
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July 17, 2007Awesome!!! Makes her look new again.....
July 17, 2007I use Mothers Back to Black on the rubber trim and after washing the wheel wells, spray WD 40 on them.
Also use the Back to Black on the LineX spray thats over the rails.
July 18, 2007I tried tire foam on my axles and suspension once, and it did a great job. Seemed to repel new dirt too for several months. Watch the overspray though unless your willing to do the entire undercarrage.
I have also heard of guys using wd40 to keep mud from clinging when they go off-road. I prefer something that is not flammable though, so that's why I tried the tire foam.
July 18, 2007I never heard of using tire foam, I will have to try that
July 19, 2007before you add the foam use greese lighning on it before, to get any greese off it. If you don't it will look like ****
April 4, 2008grease lightning and tire foam hmmmm ill have to try that
April 6, 2008if you dont like that glossy look, then simple green, a little on the concentrated side, works really well. i use simple green on almost everything.
April 6, 2008I use Stoners tire foam and it makes everything look new.
April 6, 2008When you guys use the tire foam do you pop the hood & spray everything like a mad man & hose it off or do you have to be more selective? is there any covering that needs to be done first?
April 6, 2008Just spray it on everything *** With a COOL Motor *** no need to even risk the thought of something nasty. Most tire sprays are non flammable if I remember right. IF the motor is REALLY GREASY you can use break cleaner on it. *** With a COOL Motor ***