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    Re: How To: Purify Interior w/1Z Klima-Cleaner

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    Yes we did! Shoot me your address and a PM and I`ll send you Blackfire Wet Diamond as a thank you!
    What if I tell you I had a picture of the Stig with his helmet off????

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    Re: How To: Purify Interior w/1Z Klima-Cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by TroyScherer View Post
    What if I tell you I had a picture of the Stig with his helmet off????

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    Re: How To: Purify Interior w/1Z Klima-Cleaner

    Soap dish under seat? Do tell....


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    Formerly the "Best Detailer", now just Super Wax Waster Man. Not necessarily tactful, but normally right. It`s good to be da King !!!
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    Re: How To: Purify Interior w/1Z Klima-Cleaner

    I think I remember reading this 6 years ago...

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    Re: How To: Purify Interior w/1Z Klima-Cleaner

    I love this stuff too.....I would remove the cabin filter BEFORE the product is introduced to the HVAC system though the center vents as you spraying the foam basiclly on top of the filter.I have always used it by snaking the tube up the evaporator drain tube.My 2 cents

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    Re: How To: Purify Interior w/1Z Klima-Cleaner

    Quote Originally Posted by Zefer View Post
    I love this stuff too.....I would remove the cabin filter BEFORE the product is introduced to the HVAC system though the center vents as you spraying the foam basiclly on top of the filter.
    How is that? The filter is on the other side of the evaporator from the vents.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zefer View Post
    I have always used it by snaking the tube up the evaporator drain tube.
    That`s certainly a recommended method. It all depends on the car--I`ve worked on cars where you can see the evaporator face from the filter opening; in that case it was easier to spray the cleaner directly on the evaporator. But I also have had success spraying it down the center vents--of course 1Z stopped advising that after they were shorting out something in certain model Acuras. I`ve also snaked the spray tube between the fan blades (from the filter opening) on cars that are set up that way.
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