Great cleaning and Polishing...Did you hear?

Discussion in 'General Bike Related Topics' started by Rocketman, Sep 17, 2010.


  1. kml

    kml Donating Member Registered

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    Honda spray polish here. :moon:

    cheers
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  2. sleepless_red

    sleepless_red The artist formerly known as "sleeper_red" Donating Member Registered

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    From dirty
    To shiny I'll be on your side forever more
    That's what Pledge is for.:rofl:

    Take it away, Djxtrodinaire.:-)

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  3. Pit Bull 13

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    Ive also been using Pledge the past 4 months.. the guy who owned it before me kept it clean for the most part.. I just have grease around the sprocket.. I wanna use degreaser but i dont wanna get it on my chain..
     
  4. kitchener rider

    kitchener rider I was cheap, so all I got was a lousy t-shirt Registered

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    I like plexus, Even used it to bring back some cloudy car headlights. Never tried pledge before, I thought that stuff was for old ladies..
     
  5. PADEROLIS

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    How dare you sonny?!!:poke::laugh:
     
  6. tmf2004

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    great pics jesse a always.. :thumbsup: I used pledge finally the other day on the wheels.. Works very well:thumbsup:
     
  7. Blanca BusaLess

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    Lately I've been using 'Hock Tooey'
    Loogies are free :rofl:
     
  8. Freebird87

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    Awesome! I am gonna try out the pledge tomorrow! I am SOOO glad I joined this site! You guys are great!
     
  9. sleepless_red

    sleepless_red The artist formerly known as "sleeper_red" Donating Member Registered

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    Thanks.:beerchug:

    I decided to post some random pics so he can see the result.
     
  10. DRFLGD

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    I've been using Honda polish for years! Works well! But I think I'm going to try some Pledge next time!
     
  11. Rocketman

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    Pledge!! I'm gonna try those wipes. That would be perfect for those tight spots. Funny - I got more out of this post than putting in. And I thought I was giving back...

    You guys rock. Now I want some Carrozeria wheels!! My wife is gonna kill me! :laugh:

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  12. Kaptain Kanji

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    I have both Plexus AND Pledge here in the garage. I use both of them on the bikes and their windshields.
    Both of them seem to perform equally well and from what I've been able to ascertain, they are both similar in chemical content, except of course my Lemon Pledge smells like Lemon, which I would assume comes from adding a Lemon oil extract. I don't see any difference in their performance, so in the future I will buy Pledge when I run out of Plexus. :-)
     
  13. JJsBusaRox

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    Yep! That Honda Pro Spray Cleaner/Polish is what I use and is awesome! Stocked up on a bunch of cans a few years ago bcuz they were hard to keep on the shelves. Now I'm down to my last can and need to look for some. Thanks for the info on the new name it goes by. Would have never known that. I may give pledge a shot to see what the hype is all about. And all this time I thought that using pledge was just an inside joke or something..:laugh:
     
  14. Wallie

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    You guys clean the bike first and the use pledge. Also I have a question what scene works better? :laugh:
     
  15. sleepless_red

    sleepless_red The artist formerly known as "sleeper_red" Donating Member Registered

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    Spray works better.

    You want my wife to talk to your wife?:whistle::laugh:
     
  16. viasevenvai

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    this is where i have a complaint towards plexus, they make a product that is supposed to protect the headlights from hazing. Didn't work at all. If anything it made them haze quicker.

    The only way I removed the hazed headlights was with 4 different grades of sand paper and then polishing with a 4" pad.

    I'm done with plexus, expensive with no results.

    jmho
     
  17. CWCobra

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    I even tried Pledge on my Corvette.
    It worked great!

    CW
     
  18. Hobo

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    Thats coz pledge is for woodgrain, thats all I use on the dash of my go-go mobile !

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  19. george b

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    been working non-stop for over 3 weeks, finally cleaned the back wheel and back tail which were covered with chain goop that i hadn't been able to get off with ivory. pledge took it all off effortlessly with just a couple wipes.

    so.. you people clean the entire bike with pledge?? it's safe to use on the windscreen, dash, grips, and all the plastics?? could leaving some excess on the plastics stain or damage ?? go over the bike with a dry towel afterwards ??
     
  20. Djxtrodinaire

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    everything else except tire, grips, pegs and seat! :laugh:

    I even use it on leather jacket, helmet and visor! smells good afterward!
     

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