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#1 (permalink) Old 12-22-2004, 05:01 PM
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so i went outside today becuase its like 45, i decided i need to get the salt/dirt off my car. i prepare everything, go to turn on the hose. nothign happens. i'm like sweet the hose is frozen, we dont have any other ones.. what am i gonna do with allt he soapy shit i have now (in the bucket)

so i got a huge bucket and proceeded to wash my entire car using buckets. took like an hour, be impressed
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hahahahahaha, lets see some pics of how well all that hard work turned out

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haha well it just rained today, figures. its ok though the point was to get the salt off and that wouldn't have happened wihth the.. terrential.. down.. pours... <crying>
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http://www.autopia.org/forums/showthread.p...&threadid=32078

Read that thread...It is pretty inclusive on how to wash in the cold weather. I personally live in Phoenix so I don't really have to deal with frozen hoses.

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