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post #41 of 44 (permalink) Old 01-29-2014, 04:29 PM
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If the bike is pretty dirty or been ridden in the rain I like the Harley S100 product. Spray it on and hose it off. Then I'll go over the bike with one of the detail products with no particular preference. The Honda spray and wax product I like as well. I am sure Pledge is fine.

I use water when it makes sense. I would not dive into a muddy mess with just a spray and wipe product.

The Harley product is great to remove greasy grim and normal road dirt. There are probably similar materials which would work as well. Kerosine maybe WD40 might work as well.

No magic to any of this. Just have to be careful not to damage the painted surfaces with abrasive products or wet done the electronics etc.

I'd like to have and intend to buy one of those air blasters. Expensive at about $350 but they would be a nice addition to my garage.
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I use Lemon pledge. Love it. Have heard that it attracts bees (sorry if mentioned earlier in thread).

If anyone has a cleaning product that attracts chicks (ones without feathers attached) let me know, the price will be reasonable at any amount.

"I knew that topless lady had something up her sleeve,"

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If anyone has a cleaning product that attracts chicks (ones without feathers attached) let me know, the price will be reasonable at any amount.
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Sorry but the "I've fallen and can't get up" chick would have be down the road at full throttle.
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