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After prolonged used, a Chevy Blazer TBI is usually covered in dirt, grime and other debris. Cleaning the car of this mess can be done the same way as with most other cars -- applying soap and water to all the dirty areas, and then protecting the freshly cleaned car with several coats of wax.
M/F Scrub the exterior of the car using the sponge soaked in the soap and water mixture. Be sure to clean well in the various grooves and indentations on the outside of the Blazer, as it is likely dirt and other debris will have collected there.
M/F Wash the exteriors of the wheel with a sponge as well. Also be sure to clean the lights on the front and back of the car, and wash along the underside of the hood and trunk, where grit can collect.
M/F Rinse the cleaned areas of the car with fresh water from a hose. Be sure to clean off any leftover soap, so it does not leave marks when it dries.
M/F Apply the car wax to the Blazer using the wax applicator pad. For better protection and appearance, apply several thin coats of wax, one on top of the other, as opposed to applying a single thick layer.
M/F Vacuum the interior of the car, paying particular attention to the floor mats and the crevices on the seats where dirt can collect.