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Should I clean my engine bay?

Why should you clean your engine? Is cleaning my engine bay safe? Why should I clean my engine? These are all great questions that we get often online. Today’s video is to give you our top 5 reasons for why to clean your engine bay. Does a clean engine last longer? The bottomline that we…

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How to change my own brakes

How to change my own brakes and rotors

If you’re hearing a nasty squeal when you press on the brake pedal, then it may be time to change your brake pads. Changing your brakes is a fairly simple process for the avid DIYer and we’d rate it a 2 out of 5 wrenches in difficulty. Depending on what vehicle you have, this project…

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How to clean any engine | A step-by-step guide

Step 1 Make sure your engine is off and cool to the touch. You don’t want your engine block to be excessively hot for several reasons. 1. Quick and extreme temperature changes to the engine block could harm the block itself. 2. Some aerosolized degreasers can actually be flammable. 3. Spraying cold water on a…

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How to Clean a Lawn Mower

We thought it would be a fun experiment to see if we could clean a lawn tractor with our NEW GUNK® Wipes. We’re confident that our wipes are tough enough for the job, but you’ll have to watch to the end to judge for yourself. GUNK® Degreasing Wipes are now available at AutoZone, Walmart, Amazon, Blain’s…

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How to Clean Engine Bay

Are you looking to clean and degrease your car’s engine? Did you know that your buildup on your engine from grease and road grime can affect your car’s performance? Watch as Matt Kime cleans and protects the engine on a Ford Mustang and a Jeep Cherokee.   Concerned about electrical parts like the alternator? We…

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How to Change My Own Brakes

Learn the steps to changing your brake pads and rotors. For you off-roaders out there, learn how to do a brake rotor upgrade and how to install the Teraflex Big Rotor Kit on a 2007-2017 Jeep JK. Learn more about GUNK & LIQUID WRENCH at & ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tools Needed: Jack & Jack Stands…

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