Ford F-350 Super Duty Bumper
Keeping Your Ford F-350 Super Duty Bumper Sturdy
The Ford F-350 Super Duty is a truck that means serious business. This Blue Oval truck is a few notches higher than the more modest F150 in terms of performance, utility, size and presence. We suppose that you already own one. Who can disagree that your Ford F-350 lacks what it takes to be called a true work horse? Even when you talk about its design, it possesses a certain air of toughness and dependability. One of the parts that best exemplify those traits is the Ford F-350 Super Duty bumper. This part looks so solid and square that smaller cars get intimidated by you whenever they see you driving on the road. Aside from that, it provides support and protection for the other parts that are mounted on the front end of your truck. So before you dismiss it as just another product of the engineers' aesthetic pursuits, consider taking care of it well. Here are some tips on how you can maintain your Ford truck's bumper.
- Hose your bumper with water regularly to wash off dirt.
The position of your big pick-up truck's bumper makes it a dirt magnet. The bumper collects dirt every time you take it out for your personal and business drives. So you end up with dirt and other particles sticking to the panel's surface. To relieve the bumper from such baggage, you should hose down your bumper with water regularly. The stream of water pushes off the layers of dirt from the surface. For light layers, this can work without the aid of any procedures just as long as you wipe your bumper dry right after.
- Give your bumper some scrub-a-dub for a thorough cleaning.
If water can't do its job alone for the bumper, then we need a back-up plan. This step will buy you and your Ford F-350 some more time to get acquainted with each other. Get a sponge and soak it in your car shampoo mixture. Then apply it to the surface of your bumper through gentle scrubs. It should give back some luster to your bumper after.