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Todays Adams Special 7/13/2009

1-Gallon Adam's Invisible Undercarriage Spray, a FREE Funnel, a FREE Full 16oz, and a FREE

Don't let ugly, soiled wheel wells ruin your beautiful detail job!

After you have finishing cleaning, claying, polishing and waxing your car does it still lack a crisp, finished look? Chances are, it's not your paintwork or trim, it's those ugly wheel wells. You need to make them disappear!

Here's the secret. While you're washing your wheels, spray Adams All Purpose Cleaner in your fender wells and give them a good scrubbing with a fender brush. Let the cleaner sit while you clean the tire and wheel, then give everything a thorough rinsing. If your wheel wells are really nasty looking, scrub them twice. After washing, allow to air dry, blow dry or towel dry.

Once dry, spray a light coating of Adam's Invisible Undercarriage Spray to all areas of the fender well, then work the product in with an old towel. When you're finished, your black fender well liners will have a perfect satin black finish. They literally become invisible and no longer stand out where they can rob your truck of its detailed beauty. Now you're ready to detail the rest of your vehicle.

TIP: Adam's Invisible Undercarriage Spray isn't just for fender wells. It's also a great dressing for your engine compartment. After washing and drying your engine thoroughly, simply mist Adam's Invisible Undercarriage Spray over the entire area and wipe in well with an old towel. Adam's Invisible Undercarriage Spray makes plastic and rubber look new again, shines painted surfaces, and keeps aluminum and anodized parts from corroding.

***Do not spray Adam's Invisible Undercarriage Spray on a hot engine.

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