How to get a clean exhaust luke Rashmans car

Suky Sangha

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This is a question which I would love to know the answer to! How do I get the inside of my exhaust looking clean? I've tried a bit if elbow grease! But no joy! Anyone got any ideas??? The thread heading should say like rather than luke!! Sorry
 
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Waste you life cleaning cars...
 

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That yellowing is nicotine staining growing down the surfaces...Urghhh..!
 

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The real question is :

Why ?

Not wishing to hijack the OP's thread (though I've provided an answer), my understanding is a mental health problem.
 

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... or grease/oil.

Judging by the not one, but two open packets and not just a large ashtray, but a bowl being used as one as well, I suspect it's not grease or oil.
 

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Yep, one of THOSE !!!
Looking at the plastic on the water heater and the microwave door, I'd suggest grease/oil.

Nicotine ingrains plastic surfaces and then makes them brittle. It also rises in warmer, exhaled breath and stains from from roof to floor.

One thing is true - manky *******s.
 
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Guys thanks for the tips! And what a horrible photo of someone's kitchen!!! DISGUSTING !!

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