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post #1 of 16 Old 08-05-2004, 08:15 AM Thread Starter
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Honda Clean

Now im not the worlds most cleaningest man (washed the bike 3 time since may)
but iheard so many people talk about this Honda Clean spray so i got a can. (2 matter of fact since they sell out here)
and i have to say this shit is a mirical in a can!!! i even sprayed it on the under tails mud and used a different rag to wip down.
this thing has never look this good. so now i wont feel bad for not washing it!!! with Honda spray i can just spray her down after the ride or b4 !! it only takes 3 to 7 minutes to do the dirty spots on the bike.

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post #2 of 16 Old 08-05-2004, 08:32 AM
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Re: Honda Clean

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what ever keeps me in the seat longer is godsent!!
Amen to that bro! I like my ride lookin clean but most of the time I'd just rather ride that beast then wash it. I'll have to try that stuff on your recommendation.

Hell yeah it's fast..........DUMBASS!

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Another item to try is ProtectAll.

You can get it at Wal-Mart.
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Stuff is great, but I would recomend really washing to get the big stuff off at first. Then keep up with the honda polish. I love the stuff. Also keep in mind Plexus for your helmet shields...
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Shame on you Vonstallin Kawasaki makes something similar and oddly enough it called KawiClean. You better quit supporting honda or else :D

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Shame on you Vonstallin Kawasaki makes something similar and oddly enough it called KawiClean. You better quit supporting honda or else :D
Plus I hear it adds 2 pounds to your wet weight every time you use it. They dip the CBR1000RR in it before rolling onto the showroom floor.

I can vouch for KawiClean.

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Ah, come on all you sore losers. Give credit where credit is due! Honda has to be good at SOMETHING. I think they have finally discovered their niche :D [smilie=n:

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post #8 of 16 Old 08-05-2004, 09:59 PM
 
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That aerosol honda polish/clean rocks. I spend 30 seconds wiping down the whole bike with it every time I ride. I've yet to wash the bike.

If I liked it any more, I'd be using it for umm, "lube".
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I use Meguiars show polish works like a charm, trust me I agree the hond cleen is good stuff but I like the meguiars better
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Been using it for years. It is the best, regardless of what you ride. Glad you've found it, too.
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