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I had somebody come to my office selling that stuff door to door, One of my employees let her do her car and it looked great so she bought a few cans. I asked her some time later if she was happy with it and she said it made her car feel like it had a greasy sheen on it and said if she tried to wipe it off it just made a mess. I have no presonal experience with it though. You've got a beautiful bike, I'd hate to see the paint damaged.
 

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I appreciate the heads up....maybe she used too much. It sure doesn't take much to clean and I used of all over my bike last night. I will sure watch for this though....thanks.
 

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I used to sell a waterless cleaner back in the day. It worked ok but was more of a polish and not really a wax. You want to be very careful of any cleaner that says you dont need to wash first. You should never rub dirt and particles into your paint. I also detailed for years and there is a web site called auto geek that sells the good stuff.
 

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I'm usually pretty careful about that king. I know some people who swear by waterless cleaning and I was actually quite surprised by this. They will not wash their bike with soap and water....so I am trying this method, just out of curiosity.
 
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