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    Senior Member SuprSi's Avatar
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    I like to take mine through the car wash, pay the bit extra for foam & dry, and wear your swim shorts. Also saves taking a shower that day




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    Quote Originally Posted by cfx View Post
    This and what used to be called Honda wax
    I'd also suggest Brazilian wax for the caster spacers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
    Consuela?
    She is my hero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cfx View Post
    This and what used to be called Honda wax
    Oh man, I loved that stuff! Can't find it anywhere anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t8burst View Post
    Oh man, I loved that stuff! Can't find it anywhere anymore.
    Its now called Original spray cleaner & polish

    http://www.originalbikespirits.com/p...leaner-polish/

    Most Bike dealerships have it

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    Honda spray wax...I do believe I have a can in the garage still.

    But for the chair...paper towels and Windex...best stuff around

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    never used anything but a wet paper towel, but mine's never been that clean either.
    TexasWheelz in reincarnate, couldn't log in or get my PW reset...

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    I use di naturred alchol

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    I use baby wipes or a wet towel usually. Sometimes I use a washcloth in a vinegar and water mixture. I'm not really active so I don't have much to clean off, its mostly dust and not mud or anything.
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