‘Treat it to a proper scrub’
You slung your bike back in the garage after a hard day off road, it’s now three days later and your muscles have just about stopped aching enough for you to think about cleaning it. Only there’s a thick layer of hard-baked mud completely covering it and the only way to remove it is with a phased approach.
First squirt the bike all over with a hose pipe then leave the mud to soften for ten minutes. Then break out the jet washer. With the wand on a wide spray setting, start under the mudguards then move on to the exhausts. Then turn the fuel off and lay the bike down by resting one end of the bars on a box stand so you can attack the underside. With the mud off the bike but all over the floor, clean your workspace with a yard brush and bucket, before standing the bike back up and giving it a proper scrub.
You might be tired but it needs a bath