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Old April 23rd @ 07:26 pm   #21
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
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Originally Posted by HazzMat
Looks like I'm headed to Wallyworld this week.* What dept are the microfiber cloths in?* LOL
I get mine from a place called Clean Mart over on Sahara and Valleyview. Their prices are pretty decent and they have some great stuff for detailing. Here is a map:

Clean Mart

 
 
Old April 23rd @ 10:18 pm   #22
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From: The Devil's Playground

Motorcycle: Shift Red 2005 Yamaha YZF-R1
Thank you Mr. Eric...I might check them out too.
 
 
Old April 24th @ 07:51 am   #23
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Amen to microfiber.
For the visor, I just try not to clean mine unless I can soap it up in the sink.
 
 
Old April 26th @ 02:05 pm   #24
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From: WEST SIDE

Motorcycle: 06 CBR1000RR
All you guys have a screw loose.... I have never hosed and washed my baby.. Old baby that is.. Get to know your bike by taking all the fairings off and clean them 1 by 1... Really you will learn a shit load by doing this...
And at the same time you can give the engine a look-see for any leaks or broken, hanging wires or missing parts.. It may take a little longer but it's worth the time..
 
 
Old April 26th @ 04:09 pm   #25
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
i get a huge bucket, 1/3 simply green the other 2/3 water, i go over it first and wash it down, then scrub EVERYTHING with the simply green, then wash down again with wet rags to wipe off simply green, then dry....seems to work well.
 
 
Old April 26th @ 07:59 pm   #26
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Originally Posted by ars0n750
i get a huge bucket, 1/3 simply green the other 2/3 water, i go over it first and wash it down, then scrub EVERYTHING with the simply green, then wash down again with wet rags to wipe off simply green, then dry....seems to work well.
That's what happened to your trans dawg....
 
 
Old April 27th @ 10:29 am   #27
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
hahaha, yeah wrong!
 
 
Old April 27th @ 12:46 pm   #28
 
I use ProtecAll...sort of pricey, but it works great. Also, at Costco, they sell these yellow soft towels. They work great for cleaning your bike and even your visor. They leave no lint.
 
 
Old April 27th @ 01:59 pm   #29
 
We use protect All, you can buy it at cycle gear, It works great for the whole bike!
 
 
Old April 29th @ 09:28 pm   #30
 
For grime I use Bug & Tar remover & Purple Power.... For cleaning I use Meguiare's detailing soap.. for Visor soap & warm water... To dry an "Absorber" towel (A MUST HAVE FOR ANY WET ISSUE)....
 
 

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