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Had a few too many and I think I hit a deer and a wolf on the way home. What's the best way to get the blood off the car with no traces and hair off my hood and headlighs? Thanks may be in some trouble
Quote: Had a few too many and I think I hit a deer and a wolf on the way home. What's the best way to get the blood off the car with no traces and hair off my hood and headlighs? Thanks may be in some trouble
Drive up to the nearest out of the way canyon and cover the car in gasoline and then push it off the edge into the ravine but make sure you light it before you push it off.
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If you've made the mistake of going to a carwash already, then what I am about to say cannot help you.
The first step in cleaning animal viscera from the front grill of a vehicle is to quickly cool the engine (but do not immediatelyshut off engine!); don't forget to open the hood so that the blood and tissue doesn't cook on the paint.
Next, you need to get a high pressure hose and from the engine side of the radiator, blast out the remains. Do not bother with soap at first. Engine needs to stay running...blasting water through radiator with engine running will help cool engine faster.
Now that the engine is cooler and you can wash out the engine compartment without risk of cracking the block, start at the passenger side of the engine first and move forward with the water jet. Use the recommended amount of cleaning product for the apparatus. Remember to rinse well.
Only then do you start on the front of the car.
You will have to get under the engine and may have to open up the body panels to get to hidden curved surfaces.
Don't forget to wash the treads of all tires and the undercarriage.
First pass is to remove the gross filth and larger splattered chucks. Use, and desposed of, bushes and cloth in in subsequent pass.
Hopefully you never turned on your windshield wipers and washed a slury of fluids into your air vent intakes
Replace the air filter last.
Oh, and always wash your car out of direct sunslight.
Then take it to a detail and paint shop for a new coat, clear and wax.