Maintaining the cleanliness of your car's engine helps to ensure its longevity and performance, as well as reduce any risks associated with damage or breakdowns. Cleaning the engine can help to prevent corrosion and rusting.

You don't need to be a certified mechanic to clean your engine; it's actually quite easy and straightforward. Open the hood and make sure the engine is cool before you begin. If it has been running recently, wait a few hours until it has cooled down completely. Once the engine is cool, you can begin the cleaning process. Remove any dirt around your engine's crucial parts, such as near the hoses and belts. Make sure to cover up your air filter with a wet cloth to avoid harm.

Once you have cleared away any debris, use an engine degreaser to remove grease. Start by spraying directly onto areas that need more intense cleaning, such as around any visible nuts or bolts. You can also spray onto engine parts and surfaces. Use a brush or rag to work the degreaser into any areas that are heavily covered in grease. Rinse off the degreaser using a garden hose, making sure to get into all cracks and crevices of your engine.

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