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on the frame or wheels i use Bleach white. (white wall, tire cleaner). havent tried it on plastic though, i recommend not to. but for metallic surfaces its quick and easy, and cheap
 

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Zaino all the way.
thats the only thing that i will put on my car or bike, period. and smells so orgazmic too :)

now when i ride in rain all the water just pretty much falls off the bike, its pretty cool, not much cleaning up after
 

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goo gone works wonders
 

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HONDA POLISH! Leaves a shine like new!
 

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my only complaint about ICE is that it doesnt last as long as the other waxes such as gold class or zaino...but the plus is that it doesnt leave the white

And yeah, lots of scrubbing will take it off...never tried goo gone
 

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Yeah I was using the liquid stuff. Lesson learned. I found that for removing the wax off the frame I used diesel fuel and it took it off without hardly any work. I cleaned it off right after. Looks new!
 

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Yeah I was using the liquid stuff. Lesson learned. I found that for removing the wax off the frame I used diesel fuel and it took it off without hardly any work. I cleaned it off right after. Looks new!
We sometimes use diesel to clean up parts and tools after working on a big truck/equipment motor or transmission. You can still faintly smell the diesel on your hands after a few days no matter how much Gojo you use.

I would never think of using that on the bike....but to each his own.
 
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