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    S100 total cycle cleaner

    S100 Cleaner 5 Liter Canister | eBay

    This stuff is great been using it on my bikes for years. My local Harley dealer sells it. You can buy it in a smaller spray bottle for like 12 or 15 bucks if you want to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SickPuppy76 View Post
    S100 Cleaner 5 Liter Canister | eBay

    This stuff is great been using it on my bikes for years. My local Harley dealer sells it. You can buy it in a smaller spray bottle for like 12 or 15 bucks if you want to try it.
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    S-100 is good stuff but I use Simple Green. Can be bought at the local hardware store in a gallon jug and is much cheaper.

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    I have used S100 before as well as Motul bike wash and i like them both, they seem to work about the same. I like them both better than simple green as they are not as harsh a cleaner. I have also found that even cut down with water simple green seems to leave a film behind after its rinsed.

    I have never seen S100 in such a big jug before so i just bought one too. Also found another vendor that sells a sprayer for that 5L jug.
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    Simple Green dulled the paint and removed the ink from decals on my Thule bike rack on my old Jeep. But I did spray it on full strength then brushed and hosed off.
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    I have never found anything that works better than a little Dawn dish detergent in warm water followed by a good rinse and then wax on and wax off. My wife doesn't even complain when I use her stuff!

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    I used to use the S100 on my 1987 Kawasaki ZL1000 Elminator. Bike had a lot of polished aluminum, chrome, chrome plated plastic, etc. Was a lot of nooks and crannies for the dirt to get stuck too. S100 did an awesome job cleaning it, and never harmed any paint, chrome, or aluminum. Saved me lots of time and elbow grease. This is also the 1st time I found a 5L jug of the stuff I'm going ot have to get me one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GaryL View Post
    I have never found anything that works better than a little Dawn dish detergent in warm water followed by a good rinse and then wax on and wax off. My wife doesn't even complain when I use her stuff!

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    I agree 100% Gary. That's what I use 95% of the time. Once in a while, I'll mix in a little Pine-Sol which is that other 5%.....
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    I guess I'm the only person who used to ride my bike to the car wash and Powerwash and scrub with the brush lol.
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