alisch80 at mchsi.com alisch80 at mchsi.com
Sun May 6 21:08:30 PDT 2007

A hand towel soaked in warm water and draped over the screen and nose for about
15 minutes does wonders for getting bug matter off.  Plexus after that.   

Simple Green//cold bike//soft bristle brush for the wheels//let soak a few
minutes//hose off. 

Meguire's 3 step for the best polish//wax job.  

Spray on//wipe off quick clean type of cleaner for in between quick clean ups.

Works for me. 

Art In DM 

> Correct me if I'm wrong here but, the clear coat polished up
> with a compound would leave swirls. And wax really doesn't
> build up before it wears off.
> I just clean it with something mild with elbow grease for the tough
> parts and wipe it dry... 
> It's getting the bugs off the faring (full-face helmets are a god send)
> What's worse, is keeping the grime of the rims.
> Jeffrey Markham <automan25 at yahoo.com> wrote: GPz Riders,
> Eventually I'll stop asking so many questions and start answering some. I guess 
> that's just the way it is with a new GPz owner, especially since it's my first 
> motorcycle as well. My latest question:
> Does anyone use polish on their plastics and/or tank? I know the manual says to 
> only use wax, which is non abrasive, but it seems to me that wax won't remove 
> the years worth of gunk that builds up on the bike's surfaces. I think a mild 
> polish would really make my bike look good, but I thought I'd pose the question 
> here before trying.
> thanks,
> -Jeff
> Jeffrey R. Markham 
> Digital Designer 
> automan25.com
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