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Old 02-02-2011, 08:23 PM
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Well was bored today while waiting to get my car fixed and it was raining off and on so decided to clean an already clean bike, its something I enjoy doing. With a fridge full of beer. Got to say that the Pig Snot wax surprised me in how deep of a wet look gloss it gave the bike which was already clean. I started using this stuff when I bought the scoot a year ago but damn does it leave a nice deep look to it. For those with black scoots and haven't tried this stuff I think you should give it a try. Really wish I would have discovered it when I had my black Cobra years ago!
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Can ya post some pics!!
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Pig Spit (in an aerosol can) is another good product. Works well on the matte black finishes and rubber/plastic parts.
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I don't know about your wax , but , stared at your pic/video for a long time .
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I use a product called "Purple Slime" works great and can be used to wipe down the whole bike (paint, chrome,leather and rubber)
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Pig Spit (in an aerosol can) is another good product. Works well on the matte black finishes and rubber/plastic parts.
Ive never heard of pig snot but have used pig spit it works good
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Old 02-03-2011, 10:31 AM
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I like the Wizards mist-N-Shine for riding season cleaning and shining. During the winter I do a detailed cleaning and use a quality Carnauba wax. It leaves white dry wax around badges and stuff so you need to use it slowly around those areas and clean up with a Q-Tip or something. Repels the road slime real well through most of the season until winter hit again.
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Pig Spit (in an aerosol can) is another good product. Works well on the matte black finishes and rubber/plastic parts.
great stuff - I even use it on my F-150
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Spit or Snot? Not sure which but a guy (Dinos Detail at Destination Daytona) told me it would be great for my black bike? I was looking for something to clean the crinkle black parts of the motor. He said to spray it on and let it sit over night.
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