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Old 08-30-2005
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Cleaning a Honeycomb Grill

Okay, so It got VERY dirty, and even after I washed the body, I notice that the grill still has dirt residue in the little hexagons. Besides using a tooth brush, how might I clean them up?
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maybe a powerwasher if you havent tried that yet. and if that doesnt work, i wouldnt use a toothbrush haha. I bet you can use a big brush and just scrub hard and it might still get the crap inside the grille.
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i just take a rag and try to get most of it with my finger...its time consuming but it gets the job done
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How bad is it? Doesnt dirt come off pretty easy just spraying it down with a hose, at a semi high pressure?
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Go buy some armor-all wheel cleaner. It comes in a spray bottle. My girlfriend hadn't washed her accord since december, spray some of that stuff on the wheels and every ounce of brake dust and dirt came right off with a hose...
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pressure washer works good
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pressure washer will do it as a last resort i would use purple power
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