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Q: How do I properly wash my truck?

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How do I properly wash my truck?

Your truck will need to be cleaned regularly. To ensure proper results, do not use any non-recommended car wash or towels. To clean your 2012 Ford F-150.

  1. Rinse your vehicle with lukewarm water.

  2. Spray off the underbody and clear drain holes of necessary.

  3. Use a neutral pH car-cleaner shampoo to create lather.

  4. Use a clean sponge or carwash mitt with plenty of water and lather.

  5. Dry your vehicle with a chamois or soft terry cloth towel.

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