Ryobi Undercariage Cleaner

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Originally Posted by CharlieBauer
If you have access to a self car wash with an under carriage attachment, it might be a better option. All the contaminants that come off will get treated rather than enter storm drains or contaminate your land.
The stuff that gets on your undercarriage is already all over the road.
 
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Hudson, NH
I think it's a great idea. I get the undercarriage bath at the car wash during the winter. But for the most part I'm getting ripped off. I really don't see that they did anything. My guess is they're not even doing it. Because it would create a mountain of mess somewhere under ground
 
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Occupied California
I am considering fabricating something out of PVC sprinkler pipe with a T shaped extension on one end that is about 3 feet wide and has sprinkler heads attached with the appropriate upward spray pattern. It could be attached to a garden hose and just slid under the car and moved about to give a good flush of any road salt or other debris. I'll bet it could be done for under $20.
 
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