After the annual Bathurst pilgrimage.

It's a great 1000km road trip home from the annual Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, at not quite the speed they do in the big race, but quick enough to get the typical Aussie bugs and light grime on the car.

A few people had asked about the quick and safe method I was using to clean the Audi on Facebook, something I call “Snow Buggering”. This short video shows how I did it once I was back at the shed. (It’s shot on my phone and I held it the wrong way, blonde moment, sorry guys!!).

Now I need to mention that there's a few "hacks" used when “Snow Buggering” that you won't find mentioned on any of the product bottles. But, they save me time. As long as you do them with some thought to your processes and are organised and efficient, it’s quite safe as well.

This method is ideal for those road trips where you haven't been through rain and mud. If you did go through heavier weather, you would be giving the car a "two bucket" wash right after the Snow Job. In my case, it wasn't needed. It also helps that I used our Fully Slick spray on sealant before the trip down, so any grime and bugs were much easier to remove as well. Anyhow, that all said, let’s get into it.