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Anyone have any tips and/or tricks to help keep a new bike clean and protected? I got turned on to Bike-Brite products and very happy with them. I try to keep from riding in the rain down to a minimum. I'm just trying to help keep the showroom luster and shine without damaging the chrome and paint. Which products do you suggest?
 

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A Leaf Blower!! Why didn't I Think,........................................................................ Oh Yah! You Guy's Are Just Full Of,................. Good Stuff!! Keep It Up!!
 

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Thanks for the responses everyone! HomeBrewer, I'll have to give Meguiars a test and compare it to Bike-Brite. I also like the idea of the leaf blower. Next, I'll have to try Pistondriven's idea....but that might be a bit more costly!
 

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Thanks for the responses everyone! HomeBrewer, I'll have to give Meguiars a test and compare it to Bike-Brite. I also like the idea of the leaf blower. Next, I'll have to try Pistondriven's idea....but that might be a bit more costly!
All those girls come with blowers.......ZING!
 

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I use marine wax for that deep deep shine
 

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After washing with a mild soap and water and then drying with a "Leaf Blower" which (and once again you where rite!) works awesome. I have had good luck with Lucas Slick Mist, spray on and wipe with a micro fibre towel then with a second micro fibre towel buff!
 

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For Quick Cleanups - Pledge is great in between Washing!

The Bikini Girl cleaner I am in between now - Looking for another LOL!
 

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Second Mcguires for the wax, I also use the mcguires gold class for the soap. The wax has a nice smell as well. Isnt expensive and can be found at walmart.
 
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