Blizzard Detailing

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by rklew, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. rklew

    rklew Active Member

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    Blizzard condition all day here today. So I hung out in the garage (62 degrees) and detailed the King. :) Took about 5 hours for a total polish/wax job.
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  2. rklew

    rklew Active Member

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    Sorry Hobbit, All the airports are shut-down. :D
     
  3. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

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    Very nice job, can I be next
     
  4. glyd-n

    glyd-n Junior Member

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    Time well spent.:newsmile036:
     
  5. cavs1429

    cavs1429 Member

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    wow your bike looks better then new what did you use
     
  6. bikemikewcr

    bikemikewcr Active Member

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    Great looking scooter. I wish I could have spent time doing that today.
     
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  7. Scrounger

    Scrounger Active Member

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    In Nazareth PA we have 2 feet plus right now but my garage is unheated or I'd be doing the same thing.
     
  8. bikemikewcr

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    You are right Richard, almost is the operative word. I will get to it while I am putting on some new parts in the next month or so while the bike is apart.
     
  9. Robert Walter

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    WOW!!! What a great looking bike!!!! Great looking seat to.... Corbin???
     
  10. rklew

    rklew Active Member

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    Thanks for the kind words gang, it was a good day to detail. :)

    I use Collinite 925 Wax. It is a fiberglass boat wax that last a long time. I know pro detailer's that have been using it for years. Don't let the fiberglass part fool you, it's great on paint and chrome, and it really shines.


    Thanks.....It's a Mustang seat.