First thing I do after the mud is hit the self car wash and blast the under carraige. Stick the nozzle in the frame and blast that shit out, hold it up in the front, back, and middle of the frame/whatver is "down" to make sure it flows out.. Then once I get it home sit a sprinkler under it. After this weekend the sprinkler manged to wash away another few pounds of sand. The paint is the least of your worries after a trip out. Mud and sand LOVE to eat up bushings and fudge it all up.
Poverty/College Budget 2004 TJ 2.5" RC coils, 1.25" BL, MML, JK shocks, 33x12.5 Federal MT's
If it can't be fixed with squats or fish oil...your probably gonna die (u aware?)