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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-21-2013, 02:32 PM Thread Starter
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What does everybody use for a spray on cleaner and polisher I've been using Bugslide its a good cleaner but at $20.00 for a 16oz bottle it gets expensive
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 07-21-2013, 03:14 PM
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OH NO! Not another cleaner thread! S100 hands down, but don't use it topside as all the rinsing will drown your electrics. Wheels, engine & suspension only. And rinse, rinse, rinse with full pressure and a sharp stream.

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Simple Green Hands Up has to be the best and its cheaper then that hands down stuff and Simple Green is a American made produce
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Simple-Gre...eaner/22301219


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Flitz Speedwaxx

http://www.flitz.com/p-22-waxx-speed-wax.aspx



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I use Bug Slide, the stuff works so it is worth the 20 dollars a pop.
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I had somebody tell me about Rejex (http://www.rejex.com). Also pricey, but the guy swears by this stuff. Anyone else tried it?

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Bike Spirits is by far the easiest to use on anything plastic, painted, aluminum, chrome, pretty much the entire bike. I even use it on the car windshield and was surprised when the next rain hit while driving down the freeway at 80 mph. It finally occurred to me I didn't turn on the windshield wipers like I usually do because the rain was just sheeting away. My passenger thought I had applied RainX.

I use Simple Green sparingly on greasy lower parts but wash it off within minutes because it's really caustic; especially to black paint.

To bring the black engine paint back to black I use Back to Black on a sponge or Pig Spit. Kinda like the B to B better because it doesn't attract dust and dirt as easily.

http://www.jafrum.com/Accessories/Oi...Cleaner-Polish

I've heard some auto parts places are carrying the Bike Spirits nowadays. I've even done my entire SUV with it in between regular washings.
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bugslide has a qt refill bottle too. online is cheaper than the
harley dealer.
i mix bugslide 50/50 with perfect detail's nano spray or nano
spray by itself, another good bug remover and wax is protect-
all wax. comes in an aerosol. i buy it by the case. dont laugh, but
it also makes the tire sidewall nice and black. [yes ric , only
the sidewalls] havent slipped and layed it down yet.

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Pro Honda Spray Cleaner and Polish
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...Fe-DQgodDxcAxQ

For the price you cannot go wrong....this stuff is awesome! I order a dozen cans at a time to make the shipping worth it.

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Purple Slice, just don't use it on glass.
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