Jeep Wrangler JK Nerf Bars
How to Take Care of Your Jeep Wrangler JK Nerf Bars
The Jeep Wrangler JK is one rugged monster that is ready for any challenge that you are about to take it into. For enthusiasts, it can go as modest as simple appearance modifications, to aggressive wheels tires, and to suspension lifts. As you turn your Jeep JK into the ultimate mud crawler, height and stance can start to become both an advantage and disadvantage. While the extra height can give you more ground clearance to go through ruts, it can also make it difficult for you to climb up to your cockpit. While the elevation can still be quite a challenge for you, installing Jeep JK nerf bars can reduce the vertical challenge. Here are some tips on how to take care of it.
- Rinse the nerf bar every after your off-road adventure.
Your outdoor excursions are often riddled with dirt and mud. You would want to eliminate these elements as soon as you are done with your adventure. While leaving them to dry up and stick to your panels and nerf bar can be a bragging mark, it will not do your parts any good. The build-up can induce rust and corrosion if taken for granted. It will be a complete waste if you let that happen to your Jeep JK and all its parts.
- Hose down your nerf bar with a steady stream of clean water before and after scrubbing.
Hosing down your nerf bar with clean water will loosen all the dirt and grime sticking to it. This will make the scrubbing phase of your car wash a lot easier. At the same time, hosing it after applying the shampoo will get rid of the remaining residue that can leave stains when left to dry as is.
- Scrub your nerf bar with a sponge or wash mitt.
Most of the time, water alone does not do the trick. Soak a sponge or wash mitt in your car shampoo solution. Once it is soaked well, apply it to the surface of your nerf bar. Give it gentle scrubs in order to eliminate the dirt but not too hard that it will scratch the surface.
- Wipe and dry the nerf bar with a clean cloth.
Always see to it that every after washing your nerf bar, you dry it up with a clean cloth. It keeps the moisture away.