The problem with jet washing track is it can make things worse depending on the quality of the finish and especially if it’s the first do after the paint has been applied a while. When Air, as it then was, had a pressure washer taken to parts of it the paint actually started to come away. Oblivion’s track is fine. Not as pristine as it looked after the repaint, but it’s a million times better than it’s anaemia phase around 2010! The Smiler has looked naff since it reopened from its SBNO period. The rust really started the streak then while it all stood without running. The whole ride is high maintenance really. Bare, frequently soaking wet concrete and black paint are a match made in hell.