Originally Posted by Dave and Julie
I've never washed my engine, but if I did I would use Gunk's "super foamy engine bright" just because of the name.
A word of warning to all about this product. I used this a couple times in the past. It says to use on a "warm" engine, however when spraying it on a "warm" engine, the chemical tends to evaporate. I was the unwilling participant to inhale such fumes. It didn't take long after that to develope lung problems to which even the doctors could not diagnose, nor treat efficiently. (I eventually cured myself with natural stuff and time).
Also, when you wash off the sprayed "Gunk" cleaner, make sure you trap the run off. If you just wash it down the gutter, you can and will be fined by your local fire department for hazardous waste cleanup (at least in Los Angeles County)....
Also, I found that Gunk doesn't even come close to the Kirkland brand of Simple Green- heck, even Simple GreenR
doesn't clean as well as the Kirkland stuff....
Just so y'all know....