How to Clean Your Exhaust Tips in 4 Easy Steps

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How to Clean Your Exhaust Tips

Exhaust tips often make or break the look of your vehicle. But, exhaust tips are often overlooked when it comes to cleaning and maintaining them. In order to get the most style out of your exhaust system, you need to know how to clean your exhaust tips.
RBP Round Exhaust Tips

RBP Round Exhaust Tips

Caring for Your Exhaust Tips

Cleaning exhaust tips is an easy task that’ll add extra style to the rear of your ride. But, if you’re looking to completely change the look of your system, or if you want to get more power out of it, you’ll want to upgrade your exhaust tips rather than simply cleaning them.

Whether you drive a mean muscle car or a rugged SUV, exhaust tips can add a hot look to your tailpipe. When it comes to choosing new exhaust tips, you have several options when it comes to style and brand. You’ll find chrome tailpipe tips, 5 inch exhaust tips, turndown tips and more. In order to get the best performance and style gains possible, you’ll want to stick with the brand names you can trust, like Flowmaster and MBRP tips.

Gibson Slash Exhaust Tip

Gibson Slash Exhaust Tip

Cleaning Your Exhaust Tips is as Easy as 1-2-3-4

Once you choose your new exhaust tip, you’ll want to make sure you know how to clean and properly maintain it in order to keep it looking its best. While the cleaning procedures may vary depending on your specific exhaust tips, the following instructions will give you an idea of what it takes to clean your chrome or stainless steel exhaust tip.

1. Wipe down the inside of the tips using a microfiber towel. This will remove initial carbon deposit and soot.

2. Use an auto wash or exhaust cleaner inside and outside of the tips. This will help break down the carbon deposit and hard water spots on the tips.

3. Use OOOO steel to further break down carbon deposit and hard water spots.

4. Dry tips by gently wiping with microfiber towel.

Choosing the Best Exhaust Tips for Your Car, Truck, or SUV

Find out what our consumers have to say about the various exhaust systems and tips available when you check out the customer reviews on our website. We make it easy for you to compare popular brands and styles, like the Gibson slash exhaust tip or the 5 inch Magnaflow exhaust tip. You can also do a vehicle-specific search to find out how popular styles, like the RBP exhaust tip, affect your specific year, make and model.

Product Comparison
RBP Round Exhaust Tips
Gibson Slash Exhaust Tip
MBRP Dual Wall Angle Exhaust Tip
Product Name
Sale Price
$73.95 each
$42.95
$44.99
Shipping
Customer Rating
(20) (135) (50)
Price/Value
Ease of Installation
Quality
Appearance
Exit Size 4″ 3″ 3.5″
4.5″ 3.5″ 4″
5″ 4″ 5″
6″ 5″ 6″
Features Single Wall Angle Cut Angle Cut
Straight Cut Single Wall Dual Wall
Inlet Size 2.5″ 2.25″ 2.5″
2.75″ 2.5″ 3″
3″ 2.75″ 3.5″
3.5″ 3″ 4″
4″ 3.5″
5″ 4″
5″
Installation Design Bolt-On Bolt-On Bolt-On
Shape Round Round Round
Style Single Exit Single Exit Single Exit
Warranty 1-year warranty Lifetime Warranty 5-year warranty

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