Thursday, September 15, 2011
This is the only way to really get a Samurai truly clean. Samurais were built with removable drain plugs in the metal floor. You pop the plugs and hose it out. Then you soap everything up, get out a scrub brush, hose it again, get the spots you missed and then hose it until the water runs clear. Simple, eh?
We went on a dusty road recently--an extraordinarily dusty road. The road was the dustiest we've been on in 10 years. The inside of the Samurai looked like a sand dune made of dust. It was incredibly filthy. Sooo....that leaves only one option--strip it to the bone and get it truly clean again. It's a big job and takes a big chunk of a day. But once it's clean it will stay clean--provided you don't go on dusty roads.
Many Cheers! jp
Posted by John Parsons at 12:29 PM