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Ok, I know that it's a jeep but has anyone else had issues with the stock fender flares staining from mud? I need to find bigger puuddles to drive in that way I can stain the whole thing. Then I won't notice the stain any more.
 

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Spray the loose mud off, then spray them with Simple Green and scrub with a brush. Let them dry and follow up with some 303 Aerospace Protectant. That's a guaranteed method to make them look as good if not better than new.
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Thanks for the help. :)
 

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Mopar sells a cleaner called "Total Clean" and it works great on removing mud stains from the fenders.
 

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The key is using a brush like RedRockJK said. The flares are not smooth so you need to use a brush to get the whole surface.

X2 on the use of AeroSpace 303.
 

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The only problem is that every time I clean the stains off the flares I go out and get more mud on them. Ha...I guess that is why I got the Jeep anyway.:)
 

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Duct tape & WD-40

I spray my flares down with WD-40 before I get in the mud.Then just hose them off.Carry a can in the Jeep make a good hand cleaner too.
 

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The key is using a brush like RedRockJK said. The flares are not smooth so you need to use a brush to get the whole surface.

X2 on the use of AeroSpace 303.

x3 clean good with a stiff brush and soak in 303
 
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