Toyota Tundra Nerf Bars
How to Take Care of Your Toyota Tundra Nerf Bars
Toyota pick-up trucks started with a humble utility vehicle decades ago. During those times, drivers and passengers can easily hop in and out of the trucks as they please. However, as time went by, the trucks became bigger and more powerful. To accommodate these features, trucks also increased in their ground clearance. While this can be an advantage when driving on difficult terrains or clearing rivers, the extra height also makes it harder to get in the truck without a little help. This is why the Toyota Tundra nerf bars were developed and integrated into the trucks. To keep it looking good, safe, and functional, you have to maintain it properly. Here are some tips on how to take care of your Toyota Tundra nerf bars.
- Give extra attention to your nerf bars after a mud bath or wade through the river.
Mud bath and wades in river ultimately wet your nerf bars. You should take extra care of your nerf bars after these kinds of activities because they can lead to rust and corrosion issues. Go to the nearest car wash or park it in your garage for an immediate and extensive cleaning. You would want to eliminate stains and residues sticking to the nerf bars. Be patient because removing the thick layer of mud can be quite a handful. Your goal is to remove them before they dry out on your truck.
- Hose your nerf bars with clean water before and after scrubs.
You should hose down your nerf bars with water to eliminate dirt and other particles sticking on your nerf bars. It can also loosen up stubborn dirt from their places. This is a good practice prior scrubbing the nerf bars. Post-scrubbing, you also eliminate the shampoo residue with the help of water.
- Give your nerf bars a good scrub using a sponge or wash mitt.
Bring back the luster and cleanliness of your nerf bars by giving them a good scrub. Soak your sponge or wash mitt in your car shampoo solution and scrub the dirt out of its surface.