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    Thanks Buelly. Thats exactly what I was using and the results were GREAT! After a whole damn day of rubbing. I guess old fashioned hard work always wins

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    Back in the old days thats how I would get rid of my finger prints for my nite job.

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    That's funny ^^^
    I actually had a hard time getting my CCW because my fingerprints are so light and scarred up from using my digits inappropriately my whole life

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    Wonder what effect meguiars cleaner wax would have on the Buell?

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    Meguiars makes a good product, although I prefer 3M. I don't think they'd do much. 'Cleaner' waxes are more abrasive than just straight wax but I've found that the durometer of the Buell plastics is so much softer than regular plastics that you need to go very, very abrasive to remove any scratches or spiderwebbing.

    No scratches? Just regular wax will keep them shiny and clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djs2k2 View Post
    Wonder what effect meguiars cleaner wax would have on the Buell?
    im not really a fan of "cleaner wax" meguirs is good stuff in the private market. If your plastics are looking a dull, go with compound, swirl polish or "glaze", then wax and it will shine like no body's business! cleaner wax is basically swirl polish and wax mixed together so as with things like "shampoo and conditioner in one!" it doesnt really do either as well as the two individual products do

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    For quick plastic clean up/light scratch removal, including bug removal from your faceshield/helmet, I use meguire's Scratch-X. I had it on the shelf, tested it, and now I use after most rides. Little bit goes a long way too

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    Quote Originally Posted by TPEHAK View Post
    Last Friday I used Muc-Off MOX-904 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1 on my bicycle with awesome result. This is the only stuff was capable to remove gunk from bicycle rims and got the bike completely clean I tried. Megular cleaner and S-100 were not capable to do this. Next time I'm going to try Muc-Off on my Buell.
    What bicycle do you have?

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    Ghost Kato FS 3 2016

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    Nice. I have a Pivot Switchblade.

    Back to topic:

    I'd never thought of using Muc off on my motorcycle. I've just been experimenting with the different motorcycle cleaners I see at the shops. I do need to do some light scuff/rash removal on some plastics I've been picking up.



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