KEMPI: Monsoon Fever “Rainy clouds come floating in…Not to muddy my days, but to make me calm, happy and hopeful.” Update: 9000+ Kilometers, Vacuumed+Cleaned+Soap’D+Washed “All that glitters ain't GOLD !!! it’s the damn KEMPI” Thanks for the Expected*Unexpected Monsoon “Namma Bengalooru Sakkath Maga” !!! Washing my babies during weekend was fun, seeing them clean & tidy feels me good. But.. very next moment you wash & wipe clean .. there was some rain!! So had not washed my KEMPI for almost 3+weeks. Finally couldn’t see her dirty & picked up my little soldier team - KARCHER K2.110, Euroclean Vacuum cleaner, Kulkarni blow machine, Soap liquids, Brush, COLTZ Wax polish, Clean Cham Micro fiber cloth & Silicone Glaze. My Dad’s Law of Cleaning: is what I follow, whether it’s for my cars or bikes … 1. Remove all the floor mats. Blow as much as dust in the corners. On the Sucker! I mean on the vacuum cleaner. 2. Get as much as mud removed – Top to bottom – I use KARCHER 3. Spray as much as soap liquid – Give it time to soak nicely for about 5-7 minutes max (Too much gap ain’t a good thought) 4. Then keep the water diluted soap water in another spray can – as I use micro fiber cloth I use diluted soap water simultaneously (make sure the running board & mud flaps place are cleaned in the last) 5. Alloys.. I love them sparking! – Special treatment, I use Colgate tooth paste (not the gel type), rub it on the alloys with the best tool – Tooth brush 6. Then one more round of KARCHER shower – Side ways .. Top to bottom … Under body … Last part alloys 7. I don’t wipe the body as soon as I am done with the wash part, by then I clean & polish the interior’s 8. Wiping part starts (Body, detailing the chrome decals, Door columns, grill – where the hell did so much dust accumulate!) 9. I don’t clean the engine bay very frequently (just check the Oil level / Viper water) 10. How i feel ( Refer to the last Pic) .. i am MAD !!