Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by tacoinmyfuture, Apr 3, 2018.
I will wear them a little more but they gotta go before winter. They do okay in mud.
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I have a 2018 white Tacoma - anyone have trouble cleaning the lower 6” of doors? The protective thicker layer traps dirt and it doesn’t come off with brush....
Welcome to the forum. If it’s just dirt a good auto wash detail soap and a soft brush or cloth should get it off. If it’s road scum like oil, grease and tar you may need to use something like goo gone, wd 40 or auto parts stores carry a few brands of tar remover for vehicles. I’ve heard peanut butter works. Use a soft cloth to get it off than wash normally and wax it.
Welcome to the forum. Like @OR17TRD said, any grime and grease remover should do it. Just make sure it’s safe for your paint.
It is just dirt (still winter here), I’ve used a brush, but maybe just need harder bristles... that picture was after a wash with a brush...
Yikes. It’s probably not just dirt then. I’d try one of the scum remover methods in a spot and see what happens.
I just have the GF do it...
Mother always said. "Keep it clean and you'll always be popular ! "
Keep your taco clean and you’ll be popular @Bogunn
Gotta get it dirty first so you can tell how good you’re cleaning it!
Exactly. Hygiene. Important.
I actually scrubbed the Taco down today. Even windex all the windows. It looks purty.
It rained yesterday washed all the pollen off. Taco good to go
Young grasshopper, wax on, was off... Who am I kidding, I pay someone to wash it...
At least you’re honest. Lol
Get a girlfriend and have her do it.
Yep!Move to SoCal the pay is pretty good.Competition to get in is crazy.Oh crap off topic.I just hand wash at home with Meguires stuff and spay wax with Lucas stuff.
I could see @Bogunn in SoCal,...
Ya I know.Im retired a looking to get out.My avatar might give it away.
I noticed that and was slightly confused. lol Good choice! I just hope that I never have to drive across Texas ever again.
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