Written by Phil Brown, Badger Bushcraft Wednesday, 24 November 2010 09:22
Despite the very frosty start to the day I have finally managed to get the pressure washer out and give our Keswick green Land Rover Defender 110 County a good clean.
I gave the mud a really good soaking to soften it up before carefully running the pressure washer over to remove the bulk of the mud. I then soaped the vehicle and sponged cleaned the bodywork.
The wheel arches and underside of the vehicle took nearly two hours to get clean.
I got totally plastered in the dirty spray from the prressure washer, but it was worth it.
The running boards look cracking and really set the vehicle off when they are not covered in mud and clay.
I think the Keswick Green with black trim looks awesome, this really is a stunning colour and one that is not often seen.
For traction off-road we use General Grabber AT2's.
So now the Land Rover is clean on the outside all that is left is some TLC to the interior!
Land Rover the best 4x4 by far!