Do you want to know the secret to creating a "show-car engine"?
Most of us definitely would, but how many among us would ever try
it or be too afraid to do it?
It's said that if the heart is fine, the other parts will be fine as well. The engine is very much the heart of a vehicle. A clean engine runs better, lasts longer, makes you proud of your ride.
We get many requests for engine bay detailing.. so, we wanted to have something special for our fans and car lovers....
Empower them to do it on their own, with a little and a lot of care and passion, for their ride and for the environment.
Rinseless Engine Clean... the BeyondShine way
What you need?
No pressure washer, no hose, only a few soft paintbrushes, a toothbrush or two, a handful of old rag towels, an engine cleaner and dressings of your choice... that's all you'll need if you care for and want to save the environment.
We'll be looking at a daily Japanese driver, a Toyota Corolla, a 12-year old baby that we detailed some 2 years back!
Here it is:
And we're gonna clean beneath it to... a "concours d'elegance"
Here we go
The test spot
Select a test spot, spray a mist or two of the the cleaner on the paintbrush and agitate. wipe off with a towel.
Once you are satisfied, carry on with the work, or change the dilution ratio or still, reapply and re-agitate....
To the hard work
wipe every small section brushed/scrubbed, so that you know whether it's clean or not.
a 50-50 shot
Remember to thank Almighty at every stage as you are in for real hard work...
Goodbye to years of stained dirt
Transformed you'd say!
More hard work
Tackling every part of the engine,
One small section at a time
Fighting the enemy...
one soldier at a time...
Until victory is neither a dream...
Nor is it distant far...
It is at your doorstep...
It is said that "victory is sweet" ....
We say "victory is sweeter.... if the war is fought with passion, patience, prayers, without the least drop of blood.... in our case water
We are grateful to Almighty for having made this guide to help car lovers.
Hope you enjoyed reading as much as we enjoyed sharing.
the BeyondShine team