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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-25-2013, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs down Meguiar's EZ Clean Spray & Rinse

This stuff is crap. It's basically premixed water and soap solution in a bottle meant to be sprayed on a wet motorcycle. However, even after spending a lot of time rinsing the product off the bike, I found left over EZ Clean residue everywhere. I cleaned the residue by using a terry cloth and a spray bottle filled with water and going over the entire bike by hand. Took care of the residue, but sucked that I needed to "wash" the bike again.

Do not recommend.

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This stuff is crap. It's basically premixed water and soap solution in a bottle meant to be sprayed on a wet motorcycle. However, even after spending a lot of time rinsing the product off the bike, I found left over EZ Clean residue everywhere. I cleaned the residue by using a terry cloth and a spray bottle filled with water and going over the entire bike by hand. Took care of the residue, but sucked that I needed to "wash" the bike again.

Do not recommend.
LOL Maybe that stuff doesn't work but I would give 5 stars to their Cleaner Wax Paste and their Detailer Mist and Wipe. I wouldn't use anything else.

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I've been using this stuff for YEARS:

http://www.bernardiparts.com/Honda-S...1M-NXTGEN.aspx

First when it was sold by Honda, now same product new label. (Honda no longer sells the stuff)

This and a can of Plexus and the whole bike gets clean taken care of.

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I use the same stuff KM, its easy , quick , and dosnt leave any white residue on anything .

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Best stuff out there as far as I am concerned....

http://www.adamspolishes.com/

I use the detail spray when I need a show quality shine. I even used the detail spray on my truck one time when it was covered in mud, no water, did not even make scratches - I could not believe it.

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http://www.pledge.com/en-US/Products...y-cleaner.aspx

works great, available everywhere

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I've been using this stuff for YEARS:

http://www.bernardiparts.com/Honda-S...1M-NXTGEN.aspx

First when it was sold by Honda, now same product new label. (Honda no longer sells the stuff)

This and a can of Plexus and the whole bike gets clean taken care of.
I assume you use the Plexus on windsheilds and clear visors to remove or buff out scratches...right?

This is something I might try...it looks like it can even help clean your helmet I assume.
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I assume you use the Plexus on windsheilds and clear visors to remove or buff out scratches...right?

This is something I might try...it looks like it can even help clean your helmet I assume.
Yes, I only use the Plexus on visors and windscreens. It ain't bad at cleaning up other stuff, but it's not that cheap. I got a case of the "Honda" cleaner before it went off the market so I use that instead for everything else.

Lemon pledge works good too BTW as Cheman reports.

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Lemon pledge works good too BTW as Cheman reports.
To be clear, its not the regular lemon pledge that I use, its the Pledge Multi-surface. https://www.vn750.com/forum/attachmen...1&d=1369948295
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Oops, sorry.

But I do know many that used the spray can of lemon pledge on their windscreens.

(And it leaves that nice lemony scent!)

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