So as you know, i've acquired 4 ZV18's and Two DJ112's, and after road testing these bad boys and being around a lot of Arizona dust, they are now quite a bit dusty.
Most particularly was a desert burner party with relatively high winds which blew all kinds of dust around these things, in the logo imprints and even in the ports. While i can certainly get at these with a vacuum and canned air (i'd have to find a compressor to borrow), along with wet towels and sponges, etc..., the truck liner material is actually a bit difficult to clean.
Since i can't just take these out back and hose them down, what are the kinds of tips and techniques you guys have developed for keeping these things looking as new as possible; and should i consider at least taking the plates and grills off to be extra sure, or does the foam padding do a decent job of blocking particulates.
I think keeping this kind of high end equipment as aesthetically top notch is a big part of reputation and presentation, so let me know how to save myself some time keeping these as nice as possible.