|Belly Soap, The quickest and easiest way to clean the dirtiest aircraft bellies and engine areas that are mixed with dried or baked-on hydraulic fluids and oils. It also works great on RVs, Cars, Boats, and Motorcycles. Safely removes grease, oil, hydraulic fluid, and exhaust soot. Simply spray on and wipe dry. Safe on all vehicle surfaces wet or dry. Meets Boeing Aircraft cleaning Spec. Exterior D6-17487P. For tough cleaning jobs, use with the Aero Scrubber.|
I just used this on my Archer and had to come back and write a review - this stuff is great! I could not believe how easy it made the job of removing years of accumulation! Honestly, I think the plane is lighter, now! ð
My favorite underbelly cleaner. Easily dissolves lead deposits and oil on the belly. I use as a dry wash for the bottom of the plane and any other place oil streaks. I wear a mask and safety glasses. Better than breathing droplets and getting them in my eyes.
Best cleaner for the under belly of your airplane. Nothing else is better!
This stuff is amazing. I have used many different products for exterior cleaning and never had any thing work this well.
Works great removing oil from belly of aircraft. Spray it on, let sit and wipe off!
Cleaning the belly of the plane has always been a dreaded job. Ours was getting pretty bad. This product was recommended by a hangar friend. We were pleasantly surprised by the ease and the results when we used this stuff. Itâs goes on easily, you donât have to use much, not a lot of scrubbing and wipes off easily.
Great stuff! Gets off oil & gunk debris from the belly & leaves a slick shine.
Great for removing exhaust stains. Apply, let set for a couple of seconds....wipe off. I always keep a half gallon in the hangar.
I keep buying because it works and doesnât irritate me in the process.
AeroCosmetic Belly Wash and Belly Soap loosens grease and dirt better than Extreme Simple Green recommended by Cessna. The comparison is not even close. Cleaning the aircraft belly of breather oil is a snap. No rubbing required. Belly Soap is somewhat effective in removing exhaust deposits on the belly but it requires multiple applications, soaking, and rubbing. It is not very effective on long term exhaust deposits. It is really effective on dirt and oily deposits inside the cowling.
Yes, it is safe for fabric aircraft.