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i know alot of you guys use wd40 to remove grease from the rims but is it safe to use on the fairings. What do you guys use to remove grease from your fairings.
 

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yup its fine.. or use some type of degreaser like simple green. hell dish washing soap actually works well. But these types of things strip off all wax and protectants. clean it well then a good coat of wax
 

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Simple green works the best.
 

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WD-40!! Cheap and easy!
 

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I heard that aerosol furniter polish works as good as honda polish. Is that true or is it a load of crap? I've been wanting to use honda polish but the dealer is always out, so if the furniture stuff is the same i would give it a try.
 

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I use goo gone on the wheels..works great. Diluted Simple Green is great I have to agree. On paint I'm with a grease cutting soap. What sucks about cleaning grease off the paint is that grease attracts dirt so whatever is used care must be taken not to scratch the finish. Damn grease picks everything up so it becomes like sandpaper if you're not careful about how you remove/wipe it off.
 

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honda spray cleaner/polish.. i clean pretty much the whole bike with that except for the chain. plexus works great on the plastics as well (use it for my helmet visors too).
 

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That Honda Polish/Cleaner is the shit!

WD-40 works well too.
 

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Motul Wash N Wax is the BEST!
 

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I heard that aerosol furniter polish works as good as honda polish. Is that true or is it a load of crap? I've been wanting to use honda polish but the dealer is always out, so if the furniture stuff is the same i would give it a try.
thats an old body man trick when theres sry spots on fresh paint. hit it with furniture polish right before it leaves and they never know
 
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