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10-15-2014 07:29 PM
Jeff
MMO

http://youtu.be/MJ-uf4YyeHI
Many people were offended by the man's language, so proceed AYOR:eek
10-14-2014 04:31 PM
Goofyfoot2001
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Originally Posted by kc2dgq View Post
I could get the same result on brushed alluminum by using a rag soaked in Olive Oil.
The GAME IS AFOOT! Let's see the vidoe!
10-14-2014 03:21 PM
kc2dgq I could get the same result on brushed alluminum by using a rag soaked in Olive Oil.
10-14-2014 02:22 PM
Goofyfoot2001 Check it out. Not particularly wowed.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJ-uf4YyeHI

Personally I use Eagle One Never Dull

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtKDAsUeXEw
10-14-2014 04:41 AM
RobertGary1 Are you saying mmo degreased your stuff or polished it?
10-13-2014 08:36 AM
Knifemaker Yes, just don't use it IN your motor.

WD40 is great for cleaning grease off bike parts, and even your hands. But don't use it either to lubricate anything on your bike.

Spray cans of electrical contact cleaner work even better than WD40 at removing grease, and it's safer on most other parts than WD40 or brake cleaner.

Not sure I like the idea of using Mystery Oil near my tires however....
10-13-2014 06:55 AM
Jeff
Rust never sleeps

Type "motorcycle polishing" into the YouTube search. There are lots of great ideas.
10-13-2014 12:05 AM
new rider 9984 throw up a link
10-12-2014 11:35 PM
emtdon got pics
10-12-2014 11:20 PM
Jeff
Another mystery oil fan

Saw a YouTube last night the guy was using Marvel's Mystery Oil to remove the aluminum oxide on his bike. I bought some, and it really cleaned up the valve cover, cylinder fins, and the wheels. I think it could be up there with Sea Foam as liquids that actually work.

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