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Favorite Motorcycle cleaning products

PLease share what products you use/endorse to give your bike that non-harley shine. Waxes, chain products, polish, bug gut removers, that sorta stuff.
Note: To prevent injury, please do not mention tire shining products.

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soap, water and a towel work great for me.
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soap, water and a towel work great for me.
Glad to hear it, but this thread was about motorcycles.

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Honda pro polish, WD40 to clean chain and chain wax to keep it shiny.
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Soap & water, and Honda Pro Polish...cleans well, shines nice and adds 2 hp.
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That S2000 foam spray on cleaner wash off with water stuff. Nevr-Dull to clean up the can and Mother metal polish to polish the can. Mequair's carnuba for wax. If it is a spring cleaning, also bust out the steamer and clean the metal surfaces with that.

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Mothers Metal Polish for the exhaust pipe

Suzuki Cleaner is very good, spray on rinse off

WD-40 for various gunk on swingarm, wheels, and sometimes chain

Ecotech with grunge brush for chain

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Oh yeah, purple power for those days after riding in the rain.
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Honda pro polish, WD40 to clean chain and chain wax to keep it shiny.
Same here. Kerosene for the chain if I remember to fill the quart oil bottle, otherwise the high priced spread, WD-40.

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