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TM 9-2330-394-13&P
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Table 1. General Cleaning Instructions.
Cleaning Materials Used to Remove
Surface
Oil/Grease
Salt/Mud/
Surface
Dust/Debris
Rust/Corrosion
Corrosion-removing
Body
Grease-cleaning
High pressure
compound, bristle
compound, running
water, soapy warm
brush, dry rags, and
water, and damp or dry
water, soft brush,
lubricating oil.*
rags.
and damp or dry
rags.
Corrosion-removing
Frame
Grease-cleaning
High pressure
compound, bristle
compound rinsed with
water, soapy warm
brush, dry rags, and
running water and rags.
water, wire brush,
lubricating oil.*
and damp or dry
rags.
Gladhands
Damp or dry rags.**
Damp or dry
Not applicable.
rags.**
Glass
Glass cleaning solution
Glass cleaning
Not applicable.
and clean, dry rags.
solution and clean,
dry rags.
Rubber
Damp or dry rags.
Damp or dry rags.
Not applicable.
Tires
Soapy water and bristle
High pressure water
Not applicable.
brush.
and bristle brush.
Not applicable.
Electrical
Rag moistened with Dry
Rag moistened with
plugs/
Cleaning Solvent
Dry Cleaning
connectors
Solvent
Cable
Cleaning compound and
Wire brush.
Wire brush and
lubricating oil.*
wire brush.
* After cleaning, apply light grade of lubricating oil to all unprotected surfaces to
prevent continued rust.
** After cleaning, apply light grade of lubricating oil to all unprotected surfaces to
prevent drying and cracking.
CLEANING TRAILER
Clean trailer per Table 1. General Cleaning Instructions.
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