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I've wash the worst of it off with a sponge, I'm not finish washing. Mix. These, garden weed spray. Now this stuff is quite strong on its own, so what we're going to do is we're going to do 50-50. Just splash it in there in the bucket as well. Now, its fresh detergents so we’ll use this on the exterior paint. See its sucking all that dirt already. Try not to aim at the paint. Around the edges. On the wind screen wipers. I'm basically washing the dirt away. Basically over it, it sits, ECUs and alternators. Basically anything electrical can suffer. If you got a rubber glove or carrier bag over your electrics anything in that line. So take a good look and remember what it looks like there. All the edges and the gap and the bonnet, everything. The lights. Bonnet release. Gear box, engine, crank shafts, spark head, anything you can get at, this works. Try not to hit your head lights. We're not doing anything, just wait for this thing to dry out and take the lids off. Spray some WD40 in and spit them out, put the distributor cap. ECU is the main thing. What I’ll do now is get the sponge. Get some of that water, spray that on it. Who says you can't wash underneath the bonnet? Look at that. This is what you do to stay in from, but sometimes it needs a little bit of sleeping. It doesn’t get orchestrated away. And it cooks a fine layer of film on. I get underneath with the sponge first. This is coming up really well. If it starts to dries out, wet it up. You get the idea. I’ll finish washing the bonnet down and inside. We’ll come back and finish this up here. Always bring the sponge around the back. Dirt. Anything that’s painted. Okay, step back and see how it goes. Look, different color. The parts are clean. The wings. So basically that’s what you can do. The more time you spend time in cleaning, you can get the lodge down there, wash all the mock off the block. And the pump and the timing belt cover and the front timing belt and the chain cover and for example the spongy off that down there, that gray down there, I didn’t sponge. I hit it with a stain cleaner, but it’s not good enough to take it off. So I’ll spend another 15 minutes at squirting and sponging and we’ll go down onto the body. We’ll go down both shocks and we’ll get rubber wash.