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post #1 of 7 Old 08-03-2013, 04:38 PM Thread Starter
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I saw this on another forum and it seems pretty intense. And here I thought I was doing a good job just by washing my bike twice a week.

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You wash your bike twice a week?! I wash mine 4x a Summer...

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Wait a minute, we have to wash these things too? chain adjustments, oil changes and now we're expected to keep them clean..............................jeesh


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Considering mine is white and picks up every speck of dirt, and it is still new to me... Yes I over wash it. Give it a year and I'll probably start to neglect the cleanliness haha

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That post was interesting, but it seems like a commercial for the Detailer's line of products.

But what do I know, I don't think I've even washed my bike once this season, unless you count riding in the rain.

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Considering mine is white and picks up every speck of dirt, and it is still new to me... Yes I over wash it. Give it a year and I'll probably start to neglect the cleanliness haha
I was thinking about painting mine white too. And powder coat all the silver pieces black. I've looked everywhere and can't find one. Could you PM me some pics so I can see what it looks like?

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Take a look HERE Helimech's bike is amazing


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