SHIVA wrote:From our own web site, under Everything Aftermarket:
MAINTENANCE, DRY WASH:
Here is the secret to a dry wash. After using this method, you'll never need to wash your bike with water again. And you'll be amazed as how good your paint and metal pieces will look. The depth of shine created by this method, puts products like Plexus to shame. You will not touch Plexus again, I promise you that.
kl3640 wrote:If the front were off the ground, then hand-spinning it while cleaning would do the trick just fine.
K12 wrote:kl3640 wrote:If the front were off the ground, then hand-spinning it while cleaning would do the trick just fine.
I'm using a front stand (in addition to the center stand) for cleaning. Two pictures (not mine, but I'm using the same brand):
A brush normally used for dishwashing helps me to get the front wheel clean.
kl3640 wrote:How much did it cost and where can I get it? (BMW, I assume).
TRAINER wrote:Use this on your belly pan : http://www.superiorcarcare.net/forblacbumtr.html it will keep it looking like new...
Then forget ablut Plexus and use this on your windscreen: http://www.superiorcarcare.net/mg1017k.html
this will keep it looking like new too..
And SHiva's right, keep it simple with the 3 steps. I have found that these companies are always changing what's an already great product. You can also make yourslef nuts reading the backs of every bottle! LOL
As a side tip.. I always keep a small bottle of the detailers mist with me under the seat for quick road side detailing when on the road. Great for your helmet and nose of your bike - bugs-b-gone!
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