Cleaning Truck Floor

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Solo's Comment
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I use a bucket of warm water with dawn dish soap. It takes everything off.

If it's safe enough for a duck, then it's safe enough for a truck.

Jamie's Comment
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Been cleaning my truck for a bit, will post before and after pictures. I don't have pictures from the very start, but oh well.

Jamie's Comment
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I know my truck was dirty before, I have a bad habit of putting things in my passenger seat/floor.

Before:

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After:

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Bruce K.'s Comment
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I would like to quote from the Trucker's Bible. 2nd Corruptions, cha. 4, vs 13: "Cleanliness is next to impossible".

Stevo VWbusman's Comment
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If it's safe enough for a duck, then it's safe enough for a truck.

Solo, funny, Everytime I see that commercial, I think of my departed mom!

Back before Dawn ever used that, my dad had this white big pet duck. It got all oily and greasy crawling under dads truck etc

Mom used Dawn forever!, so she decided to use it on the duck, as nothing else would get him clean. Later she writes Dawn, tells them her trick.

Having been a devoted customer for years, I don't remember "IF" she ever got any response from them, but it was just a few months later, They started airing the commercial with the oil spill ducks lol

Don't know how many if any others had told em about it.

Hobo's Comment
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Jamie wasn't kidding about being parked in a bad area. Looking at the pictures you can see someone got right up in there and stole the gear shift and the clutch pedal.

Marc Lee's Comment
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Jamie wasn't kidding about being parked in a bad area. Looking at the pictures you can see someone got right up in there and stole the gear shift and the clutch pedal.

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Marc Lee's Comment
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Jamie wasn't kidding about being parked in a bad area. Looking at the pictures you can see someone got right up in there and stole the gear shift and the clutch pedal.

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And with his doors wired together with that high-vis seatbelt no less!

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Jamie wasn't kidding about being parked in a bad area. Looking at the pictures you can see someone got right up in there and stole the gear shift and the clutch pedal.

Now that is funny, I don't care who you are. Good Job!thank-you.gif

Old School's Comment
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Here's a tip if you really want those black rubber floors in your truck to shine.

After I've cleaned them well, I spray the floor down with some tire dressing. I've personally had good luck with the Armorall brand, and it's readily available at most truck stops. I start at the back and work my way out of the truck so I'm not tracking footprints in it. Leave the doors open for circulation and let it dry for about 45 minutes. Then wipe up the excess liquid and your floors will be so shiny and slick you can ice skate around in there with your socks on. smile.gif

Seriously, this will really make your floors look great.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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