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  1. Re: Need a really good bug melter - ECH2O doesn't touch bugs

    Dropped a few hundo at one by my house last night.

    Kid's run the place. Been in a few times.

    They have a full litany of stuff though, and a huge selection of MF. The Hex Logic pad are good...
  2. Re: Need a really good bug melter - ECH2O doesn't touch bugs

    FTR, ECH2O is good stuff. I've used it to handle some minor road dust. It is pretty lubey, and is good for gently removing brake and road dust from the rims with a mf.

    I am still learning. ...
  3. Re: Need a really good bug melter - ECH2O doesn't touch bugs

    Kinda how i'm doing it....take a mf cloth, soak it and just lay it over the surface and let it stick and sit for a spell, then they soften up

    appreciate the responses and suggestions
  4. Need a really good bug melter - ECH2O doesn't touch bugs

    ECH20 is worthless for bug removal. Maybe if I get my fingernail pressed against the MF cloth and scrape it off, then it seems to work....lol.

    Anyhow, best thing I've found so far is HD brand Bug...
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    Re: ECH2O on CanCoat

    Follow up : After using this quite a bit, i find it is worthless for getting anything other than dust off of the bike. It does nothing for bugs. Water alone works better on bugs. Back to the...
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    Re: Road Trip Planned

    500 is about as much as I can take from my wife talking about how much she can take.

    Wow....you ride!!

    As a new detailer, I made a rookie mistake with some detailing supplies I brought. I...
  7. A Place for the Hard Bags While Cleaning the Bike

    There was a Hundred Dollar alternative, but I put this together for about $20. I cut it, glued the parts and attached the foam in about 2 hours. I've used it for about 2 years now. Works perfect...
  8. Re: First Major Detail Planned this Weekend - Question about Wolfgang Products

    If I clay barred it, I'd do a light polishing step before the PPE. I liked Wolfgang's Clay and Lube.
  9. Re: First Major Detail Planned this Weekend - Question about Wolfgang Products

    If you were to consider adding another step before the PPE, you could use Wolfgang's Finishing Glaze. I did a two step correction on a Harley. Some parts need more attention than others . I used...
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    Re: Nano: luxury or very useful

    there is what looks like a great deal right now for 535 for the long neck kit......been looking at this for a while now

    I had some spots on my bike where this would have come in handy....there are...
  11. Re: Started the disassembly last night - Deep Clean and Detail

    I used CanCoat. I did a 'show and shine' here.
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    Re: Road Trip Planned

    We did some wandering. We made really great time and dipped down into Kansas, after that, I made an unplanned stop in St Louis to visit my brother's grave. It was unplanned, but one of the...
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    Re: Road Trip Planned

    I’ll get some more pics up when I get home... epic slow connection at the motel I’m at.

    Been a great trip. We rode about 5 hrs in pretty hard rain today and after a few semis left me in clouds of...
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  15. Re: Question: Do you feel spray sealants provide adequate protection compared to traditional sealants?

    I'd heard otherwise, that technically it's not a coating, but as far as sealants go, it doesn't really fit in that category neatly either.

    I'm new, sir, and am here to learn. :) After posting, I...
  16. Re: Question: Do you feel spray sealants provide adequate protection compared to traditional sealants?

    I used CanCoat by Gyeon on my Harley. I wouldn't say it's an easy sealant to apply, but the learning curve is not bad.

    I'm told I can expect a solid 6 months. I'll put it to the test. I ride...
  17. Re: What's the best rinse less wash on the market today?

    New to the game, but I'd heard great things about ECH2O. I sealed my Harley and use it as a QD and a waterless wash.

    I do it like the directions say...spray it on, wipe it off, flip and fold...
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    Re: Machine Sanding Glass - Do NOT do this!

    I really like tedious challenges like this. That is a stellar looking piece of glass, now.

    I bet it looks better now than the day it was made. You have some strong joo joo, Mike!!!
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    Re: Road Trip Planned

    Thanks for the well wishes. I'll be sure to get some pics.
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    Re: Road Trip Planned

    Thank you, sir. I've been over the Mighty Mac once on the bike. We did a weekend up from Detroit to the Soo Locks. It was really quite the experience and would recommend it in a car or bike to...
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    Road Trip Planned

    I'm heading to Mt Rushmore soon. Been planning it for a while now. The rough plan is about 3200 miles in 8-9 days.

    Took a lot of time to get the bike cleaned and sealed. The bike looks great,...
  22. Re: NevrDull on Chrome Passenger Running Board - Never had this happen.

    Thank you for the responses. The chrome surface was not in really bad shape. I'd added them a couple years back. The cloudy part looked like the good shiny part before I hit it with the wadding. ...
  23. NevrDull on Chrome Passenger Running Board - Never had this happen.

    I first used NevrDull on the Chrome and metal parts on an old '74 BMW r90s. It does a great job of cleaning and polishing.

    I picked some up recently and have used it on many of the parts of my...
  24. Re: does anyone keep a jump starter in their vehicle(s)?

    good stuff, a lot of stuff I keep with me I keep so that I can be a help to others as well....the one you got is all fancy....digital display and all :)
  25. Re: Car Polisher for first timer and is it acceptable?

    I'll join the chorus.

    I bought the G8 for my bike. I got the bug and bought the G9 for my cars and truck. Really great tool and easy for a newb like me to use.
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