Chevrolet K1500 Bumper
Pointers for Maintaining Your Chevrolet K1500 Bumper
Before the four-wheel-drive Chevy Silverado took the limelight in the ‘90s, the Bow Tie Inc., manufactured sturdy beasts of burden in the form of the K1500. It has very pronounced and boxy panels that boast testosterone in every aspect. Its lines flow in a very sleek manner to tell the truck is both business and fun. The Chevrolet K1500 bumper likewise is a show of authority. It extends itself throughout the front fascia of the truck in a dominating fashion. After all, it is meant to protect the nose of your truck from potential road hazards that could end up hitting the vehicle. But no matter how sturdy your bumper is, we believe that it still deserves the proper attention from you. This ensures that you will continue benefitting from its features. So here are some pointers for maintaining your Chevy truck's bumper.
- Hosing your bumper with water should loosen the dirt.
After days of putting up with having to be driven to a lot of places, your truck deserves a shower. Hosing down the entire truck should be a standard protocol for you. And oh yeah, don't miss your truck's bumper. By giving the part a quick water rinse, you loosen up the dirt build-up that has probably formed in layers already. Get your hose and direct the water to your bumper at an angle. This should move the particles from their places. Don't let them gather for weeks… even months. Hose the bumper as often as you can so that you will not be hounded by nightmares caused by dirt.
- Scrubbing the panel will further clean the coating and bring back the luster.
Most of the time, if not always, it takes more than just a quick shower to get rid of all the dirt found on your Chevy K1500. So you will have to resort to a more thorough activity to clear out the surface of your truck. For this, you need to prepare a wash mitt and a bucket filled with water and car shampoo. Apply the mixture to the bumper surface in gentle scrubs using the wash mitt. After a few minutes