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Yesterday I did a pretty good burnout on my bike. Damn, it looked cool but the cleaning part sucks. Any suggestion on how to get some of that rubber off. Already tried to wash it and there some that's on there like concrete.
 

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Plexus actually works wonders for that sort of stuff (rubber, chain muck, etc). I don't really ever use plexus for anything other than that and cleaning my helmet.
 

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Not a fan of Plexus? Just out of curiosity, what do you use on your bike plastics?
 

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Honda Spray Cleaner & Polish and sometimes after that I put some Eagle One Nano Wax.

BTW, that Honda thing works very well on brake dust (wheels & calipers) and chain wax spots/road grime on undertail. It's really one-fits-all type of cleaner. Use it even on helmet & windshield.
 

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becareful where you do ur burnouts. If theres little piece of rocks on the ground u could get a flat, and thats what actually rips the rubber that ended up on the bottom of ur can
 

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Originally posted by trig




Hey do you have directions to the local surf shop in New York?




Just incase I'm every caught there without my board wax, ya know?

[:p]
girl, you have a sense of humor.. :D:D:D

jk trig...
 
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