Cleaning White walls

Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by dogdad, Jan 1, 2010.

  1. dogdad

    dogdad Active Member

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    First of all..Happy New Year to all..... Was wondering what some of you use to clean those wide white wall tires if you have them on your bike. I use one or a combination of Wesleys white wall bleach spray, sos pad, and the Mr Clean Magic sponge.
     
  2. DANNY MC

    DANNY MC Active Member

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    Good shout dogdad,i'd also like to knw what the guys over here (UK) use,startin to look a bit grubby now......
     
  3. airforceacop

    airforceacop Active Member

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    not Sure if you can get them in the UK but I use Mr. Clean Magic eraser! Works great
     
  4. DANNY MC

    DANNY MC Active Member

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    Just googled them and it seems they are US only:bigsmiley29:,thanks though,Danny Mc
     
  5. 06rdking

    06rdking Banned

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    I use wesleys and a wet (water) brush . works fine with little effort.
     
  6. NEWHD74FAN

    NEWHD74FAN Experienced Member Retired Moderators

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    1+ for Wesleys...the "secret" sauce classic and antique car customizers have been using for years...
     
  7. Hooligan

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    i never thought of the magic eraser but thats a pretty good idea....we normally use a spray called bleech white, works pretty good, and a lot of times you dont even have to scrub them if they are real dirty
     
  8. NEWHD74FAN

    NEWHD74FAN Experienced Member Retired Moderators

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    Bleech White is name trade name of Westley's product... came in white bottle with Red White and Blue labeling...how cool was that?
     
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  9. traveller

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    I have been using starting fluid and a clean cloth and it works really well in a well ventilated area. no water needed
     
  10. XjetCaptain

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    WhenI had WW (on my Springer) that's exactly what I used!! But no real need for the SOS pad.