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Has Anyone Used This Bike Wash?

Has anyone used SLICK bike wash yet? I was thinking of ordering some. Didn't know if it worked or not.
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Nope! I use Suzuki wash. It works pretty goooood.
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castrol super clean, takes everything off...

use tire wet and soak your bike with it, shines, protects and mud falls off it like nothing ;-)


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simple green is for sissies scuzz, super clean will grow hair on your chest, lol, just be careful on aluminum, it will eat it if you let it set on there...

honestly though, i have a thing of honda polish i got with my cbr, holy crap, i mean you still have to thoroughly wash and wax from time to time, but that stuff takes bugs, dirt and grime off everything, even works on glass and chrome and it leaves that slippery dealer shine on there so stuff dont stick too, i like it !!!


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Thanks for the help.
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Thanks for the help.

so has anyone actually used the wash in question ? goody have u tried it ? whats the dilly yo ???


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I ordered it. I'll let you know when it comes in.
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I tried the SLICK bike wash after a nice muddy ride. I just sprayed it on and waited about ten minutes. I then used a garden hose with a spray nozzle and everything came off without any problems. I couldn't be happier with this product. It also says on the package that this wash will not remove oil or grease. That being said it is easy on bearings and the such. Water now beads off my bike like it has just been waxed. Hope this helps.
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