i wouldn't use any of that to clean my bike.Stydie750SS said:I seem to only have household cleaning products. What out of what I listed will work the best... or should I just hop it over to Dominick's and get some specialized product
And the bike will have a fresh clean smell afterwards.Super Dave said:If you don't want to take the wax off, you can use Woolite or even Downy. Yeah, it sounds funny, but it does work and it doesn't spot up so bad.
Alright alright once again excuse my idiocy. I used a gentle car wash detergent that I had packed away in a box somewhere and polished it up. Next time I make it out to the dealer I'll pick up some good wash. I assume most motorcycle dealers carry itNick 600 F3 said:You own a brand new duck man, please go spend some money on the apropreate cleaning products, or atleast don't ask us which household clenser to use :laughing
For quick in between wash cleanings, I like plexsus. For a through wash, s100 total cycle cleaner, this shit is awesome, and fast, just make sure you throughly rinse, any residuls left behind in the rims will turn into a substance that is a SOB to get off, even with WD40. As long as you througly rinse you'll be fine.
I try not to do that often Stydie but sometimes it gets so dirty you need to. You just have to be careful with where you spray the hose. Just spray down the wheels suspension and stuff and wipe off the rest. As long as you stay away from electronics and carbs you'll be fine. Most the time I just wipe it down with Mothers show care shine. Deeper cleanings with out water I'll take the fairings off use simple green or wd-40 depending on how bad the grime is.Stydie750SS said:
Alright alright once again excuse my idiocy. I used a gentle car wash detergent that I had packed away in a box somewhere and polished it up. Next time I make it out to the dealer I'll pick up some good wash. I assume most motorcycle dealers carry it