As above,what is the best for cleaning inside the tail pipes,cheers.
WTF? I regularly use a bit of tardis inside the tail pipes, works a treat. Toodle on and give it a go, let us know howAre you serious? It'll remove some, but so will wheel cleaner.
Steel wool and soapy water followed by a steel or metal polish.
Does make me laugh some of the recommendations.
PMSLWTF? I regularly use a bit of tardis inside the tail pipes, works a treat. Toodle on and give it a go, let us know howyou think it is after you've tried it.
Thank god, thought I was going mad for a minute. ;-)Soapy water and wire wool, work that on really well.
Then Autosol or Peek. Like Tim said.
Tardis, like the name suggests, is for getting rid of tar and other sticky contaminents (rubber, etc).
There's not much of that on a tailpipe.
Most things will work to some extent, but elbow grease is what you need.
I've tried cleaning mine to get them somewhere (anywhere!) near your Avatar and it's just not happening.As said, fine wire wool with soapy water followed by polishing with autosol/peek etc. if you don't think this works, look at my avatar.
Contrary to what many people will say, autosol is a polish and should be used AFTER you have cleaned the pipes (just to reignite that little gem
I just have strong arm muscles from, errr, practising the movement.....I've tried cleaning mine to get them somewhere (anywhere!) near your Avatar and it's just not happening.
I've gone at them twice now, both times for 10-15mins on each tip and the fact they've never been cleaned before and the car is just turning 6 in the New Year, it means the carbon build up is just too much.
I guess I'll give it another going over while I have tome off over Christmas, but I am always jealous of your pipeAlex!