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Old 02-26-2013, 09:45 AM
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Originally Posted by fastNugly View Post
I would have taken it to one of those car washed and took the power wash wand to get that stuff off and then do it at home
Because I take my truck to a car wash like that and power wash the mud, and in the winter salt off of it.

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LOL I did the opposite, I got the big stuff off at home and then took it to the car wash to get the rest off. They get a bit mad if you take a muddy truck there and clog up their systems lol.
Did you need some top soil for your property??? I just wondering.
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