This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Spray Nine. All opinions are 100% mine.
My first experience using Spray Nine Cleaner saw the product saving a pool float from the trash. So I decided to let it help prep my leased car for its return to the dealer. As with the float, Spray Nine did a great job. You too can take the Spray Nine Challenge and save $3 in the process.
Spray Nine’s Heavy-Duty Cleaning, Degreasing and Disinfecting action tackles the toughest grease, grime, stains and bacteria where others fail. Spray Nine’s “Triple Threat” formula delivers professional strength performance and has been trusted by Manufactures, Auto Technicians and DIY’ers for over 60 years. Spray Nine does this all without the use of bleach or corrosive chemicals.
Among the many, and I mean many, different uses listed are a series of ways Spray Nine can help keep your car looking great.
Automotive: Engines, tires and wheels, bug splatter, consoles, dashboards, door panels, vinyl tops, upholstery, trunks, trailers and more.
Spray Nine is touted as being “the most versatile and effective heavy-duty cleaner available”, so I decided it would be perfect to use as I began prepping to turn my leased car in. Spray Nine is heavy-duty; it’s tough on the dirt, grease, and grime but it’s not tough on the stuff you want to clean up. It’s a triple threat, so it cleans, it degreases, and it disinfects. For the wheels on my car, I needed something that would be tough on grease and grime. Since my focus this time while using Spray Nine was going to be the wheels of my car, I didn’t care about the fact that it is also tough on germs but hey, it’s good to know the wheels wouldn’t simply LOOK clean when I was done. So I reached for Spray Nine and headed outside. This is what the wheels of my car looked like before I went to work … I sprayed the Spray Nine on the wheels and let it do its thing for a few minutes. Would it go after the grease and grime that I had irresponsibly let build up on my car’s wheels? Would the cleaner get my car looking sniffy enough to turn back into the dealer? I hoped so, so I sprayed a bit more and, again, waited a bit more. When I thought it was time, I got the hose out and sprayed down the wheels. As the Spray Nine washed away, so did months and months of road grime. Suddenly the wheels looked like this… And here’s the kicker… I did this without actually rubbing a sponge or a rag on the wheels once they were soaked. The change here was simply the result of spraying the Spray Nine and then rinsing it off. Imagine how great the wheel will look when I take some time and put a bit of elbow grease into it! So how much of a difference is it? Here’s a side by side. Spray Nine really does work. Want to find out for yourself? Take the Spray Nine Challenge.
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