Engine Bay Detailing

Engine Bay Detailing


Engine bays can quickly become one of the most grimiest areas of the vehicle if not cleaned and maintained regularly.


Engine bay cleaning can be a scary prospect for those who haven’t undertaken the task before of those who feel they may cause damage to the engine by doing so. When in reality cleaning your engine bay is perfectly safe, if the correct steps are taken before hand. The steps taken before hand to ensure a safe engine bay clean are more suited to older vehicles as these tend to have exposed areas that you wouldn't want to cover with water or chemical products such as the fuse box or alternator.

Newer vehicles tend to have these areas contained so covering these beforehand isn't necessary.


Products Required

  • Ultimate - All Purpose Cleaner https://www.ezcarcare.co.uk/collections/interior-cleaner/products/ultimate-all-purpose-cleaner-concentrate?variant=38586113354
  • EZ Car Care Detailing Brush Set https://www.ezcarcare.co.uk/collections/frontpage/products/ez-detailing-brush-set?variant=12697725599831
  • Workhorse Microfibre Cloth https://www.ezcarcare.co.uk/collections/car-care-detailing-accesories/products/the-workhorse-16x16-380gsm-microfibre-cloth?variant=12157809721458
  • Sleek - Interior Dressing https://www.ezcarcare.co.uk/collections/interior-cleaner/products/sleek-satin-interior-dressing-cleaner-250ml?variant=23784228551

 

Dilute Ultimate - All Purpose Cleaner to the required ratio



 

Pressure rinse the engine bay to remove any loose dirt or debris.

We recommended to keep a distance of around a meter from the engine bay.




Identify the areas of the engine bay that require attention



Apply Ultimate to the engine bay and agitate with a soft detailing brush.

 

Here we can see Ultimate working against the engine bay grime




 

Once all areas have been cleaned pressure rinse the engine bay to remove the remaining product to reveal a clean and maintained engine bay.



 

Once all areas have been cleaned pressure rinse the engine bay to remove the remaining product to reveal a clean and maintained engine bay.



The finished result, A clean and fresh looking engine bay!



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