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Old 05-10-2010, 02:20 AM   #1
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Veggie Spray?

How many of you out there actually use PAM Cooking Spray on your under carriage before you take off to the mud? I WILL not hit the mud with out coating it so it hoses of easily when we get back home. Although there is some types of clay that just don't come off easy

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I have seen it done. I have not found it worked to well. I just use the pressure washer when I get back home and it cleans up everything nice and good. 3000psi does that

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a sprinkler under the body usually does the trick
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a sprinkler under the body usually does the trick
Really? because I get the feeling that your nose is growing.
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I think Plege is probably cheaper, and it smells all lemony fresh.... I just use it to hide the mud that the sprinkler/hose/power washer doesn't get off tho'
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I got a sample can of this stuff, Ive been debating on doing my wheel wells to see if it works worth a darn.

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Pam creates a sticky mess over time, worse with the addition of heat. I'd suggest not doing it.
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A sticky mess? yes but you can cook ur' eggs on the muffler & they won't stick
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WD-40 works. I would do it under my fenders on my motorcycle and ATV's
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Pam makes the jeep taste like chicken.
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That makes me feel better,I thought I was going crazy.I was like honey you gotta taste this jeep!!!

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