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alpha1
09-07-2014, 08:27 AM
My friend has a Yamaha WR. Everything on it is plastic as you can see in the picture below.

http://bornurban.com/imgupload/image.php?di=RJY1

He's been using this Muc Off stuff recently, it's pretty good but what are his other options?

http://bornurban.com/imgupload/image.php?di=WDSX

Thanks!

Pureshine
09-07-2014, 11:31 AM
After washing I would use a product like Hydro2 on it to seal everything. I would just do a normal wash.

RevitalizeAutoSpa
09-07-2014, 12:01 PM
I did a '13 Ninja 650 a few weeks ago that was all plastic other than the tank. I washed with CarPro Reset, then coated all the plastic parts with CQuartzUK.

alpha1
09-07-2014, 07:34 PM
I'll pass these recommendations on to him. Thanks!

SPP
03-23-2016, 06:18 AM
I use a product called Smart Polish Pro and it works a treat!

Ballistic
03-23-2016, 11:45 AM
I did a '13 Ninja 650 a few weeks ago that was all plastic other than the tank. I washed with CarPro Reset, then coated all the plastic parts with CQuartzUK.

You wouldn't use CQuartz DLux?

zx10r Elle
03-23-2016, 01:14 PM
Mr Ballistic,

DLux is formulated to work more effectively on unpainted ABS trim. CQuartz would be perfect for the painted fairings and gas tank as well as any exposed metallic surfaces desiring easier cleaning.

As far as the ABS trim there has been some small discussion regarding the possibility of some coatings weakening ABS trim pieces, in light of this aspect I will avoid using a 'painted surface specific' coating in preference to one specifically formulated for ABS trim until further discussion brings more resolution.


Steve

Ballistic
03-23-2016, 01:18 PM
Mr Ballistic,

DLux is formulated to work more effectively on unpainted ABS trim. CQuartz would be perfect for the painted fairings and gas tank as well as any exposed metallic surfaces desiring easier cleaning.

As far as the ABS trim there has been some small discussion regarding the possibility of some coatings weakening ABS trim pieces, in light of this aspect I will avoid using a 'painted surface specific' coating in preference to one specifically formulated for ABS trim until further discussion brings more resolution.


Steve

I don't know where my head was when i posted that, i was thinking about regular plastic that's not painted.