No solvents, no phosphates, just quality German chemistry!
There’s a good reason Wolfgang has never charted into engine detailing, and that’s because the quality of the ingredients that are available just didn’t cut it, until now. You see, modern engine bays are not covered in pounds of sludge, grease, and oil like engine bays of the 60’s and 70’s, so there’s no need for high-octane solvents such as butyl-ether. These chemicals are inexpensive, caustic and completely unnecessary for modern engine detailing. Wolfgang Total Engine Cleaner relies on advanced German chemistry that is safe for you, your vehicle, and the environment.
Breakthroughs in modern chemistry have allowed my team to develop a potent engine cleaner that does not utilize potent ingredients. Wolfgang Total Engine Cleaner is 100% phosphate and solvent free, so you can use it with confidence. Plastic shrouding, rubber hoses, cast aluminum components, air conditioning lines and every other surface found in your engine bay will absolutely, positively not be harmed, stained, or spotted by Wolfgang Total Engine Cleaner. They will, however, be cleaner than they ever have been.
If you’re anything like me, the engine bay is the last part of your vehicle that is detailed. My goal is to change that with Wolfgang Total Engine Cleaner, because like you it keeps me awake at night knowing that one part of my otherwise pristine automobile is filthy. Detailing your engine bay is one of the most rewarding aspects of detailing. Don’t be afraid, just do it!
Spray cleaner directly onto engine
Gently scrub using a high quality brush
Wipe or rinse off residue
Your engine will look better than the day it was new!
Wolfgang Total Engine Cleaner can be used one of two ways:
Spray and wipe. That’s right – Wolfgang’s formula is so gentle that it doesn’t need to be rinsed off. That’s a testament to the quality of the ingredients found in this German formula. If hosing down your engine bay causes goose bumps, you’re not alone but you are in luck. Simply spray Wolfgang Total Engine Cleaner directly into the engine bay and wipe clean using a microfiber towel.
Spray on, agitate, rinse off. That’s the second, and arguably the most popular way, to use Wolfgang Total Engine Cleaner. This is the traditional method, and it works best for dirty engine bays. Use common sense with this technique and you don’t have to worry about causing damage. Cover up delicate electrical components, and do not use a strong jet of water, but rather a shower of water.
If you really want to make the plastic and rubber components in your engine bay stand out, treat them with Wolfgang Exterior Trim Sealant after the engine bay is squeaky clean and dried completely.