Most people who love Jeeps know that the best thing to do in a Jeep is to go offroading. If you own a Jeep and have taken it offroading, you know it can be hard to clean afterward. Reedman-Toll Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM Fiat in Langhorne wants you to enjoy your new jeep. Use these tips to get your Jeep clean after your mudding adventures.
How to Clean a Jeep after mudding
Wash and Vacuum – After you have been offroading and wash the mud off the outside of the Jeep, make sure you vacuum the inside of the Jeep. As you get in and out of the Jeep, you are bringing the dirt and mud inside with you. Get this cleaned by vacuuming the inside.
Check The Differential & Transmission – It may not sound important to check the differential and transmission but it is actually very important. When you are mudding and offroading, you put a big strain on these parts of the Jeep. You want to make sure there is no damage or leaks.
Check the Tires – Sometimes when you are offroading, riding on uneven terrain or drive on sand, you let some of the air out of the tires. Make sure you have reinflated the tires back to the right PSI. Check to make sure the lug nuts are tight and that the tires do not look damaged.
Check the Shocks – When you are off roading the chocks take the bulk of the hot. ALways check the shocks after going off road to make sure there are no dents or leaks.
Clean the Brakes – After offroading, make sure to clean the brakes. Mud and crud get into the brake area and it can interfere with braking. You don’t want to have an incident with the brakes not working. CLean the brakes and remove any mud that might have stuck in the tire well and brake area.
Dust Off Those Brakes – Make sure that you have cleaned off those brakes from any crud or mud that may have gotten into them while you were on your adventure. You don’t want those brakes going out on you when you get on the road again.
Off-roading is fun but you need to make sure it is also safe. Use these tips to get your Jeep clean after you last offroading adventure.