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Old August 1st @ 01:54 pm   #51
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From: Northwest

Motorcycle: Kawasaki Ninja 250R
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Originally Posted by vegaseric View Post
You could do this, but if your bike is really grimy you may want to use some old -fashioned soap and water first. Then go over it with the douche solution to remove any hard water spots. Then wax.
Wait what?... I was just skimming this thread cause I was bored... did you say give your bike a douche? Ummm.... .... dirty tail pipe?

 
 
Old August 1st @ 02:17 pm   #52
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From: I'm from Vault 101

Motorcycle: '06 600RR TOTALLED '08 1000RR Black/Yellow
LOL yeah I'll prolly just stick to soup and water. I got my bike to get poon, not to have a bike that just smells like poon.
 
 
Old August 3rd @ 10:35 pm   #53
 
From: kansas
I use walmart micro fiber towels, and.... wait for it.........

Pledge Multi surface cleaner if it's REALLY dirty, and bugs and what not, then
Lemon Pledge for final clean / polish.

Works great, smells like a coffee table.
 
 
Old February 14th @ 04:54 pm   #54
 
From: Sacramento
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