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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-03-2013, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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Hope this is correct subsection. I had some burnt rubber on my exhaust (still training my fiancÚ) and was having a bear of a time taking off. Buddy recommended Colonel Brassy. Came right off and chrome looks good as new. Recommend if you are having same issues.
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Cool thanks for the tip.

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if its not too thick,a magic eraser works also.

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So does oooo steel wool I use it on all my chrome when it spotted up or tar or boots


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SOS pads work great also

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zippo or ronsonal...Naptha dissolves tar.


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Hope this is correct subsection. I had some burnt rubber on my exhaust (still training my fiancÚ) and was having a bear of a time taking off. Buddy recommended Colonel Brassy. Came right off and chrome looks good as new. Recommend if you are having same issues.
Good luck on the training of the fiance. My bride has rode with me for 28 years now and still leaves gifts on the pipes. I take the boot marks and tar off with Mothers Chrome polish while pipes are warm.



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I use the softest steel wool I can find, (usually at an auto parts store and real cheap) works well and shines the chrome.

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SOS pads work great also
Make sure you use name brand SOS pads though! I also make sure I got a bucket of soapy water. Usually when I wash the bike. I tried the HD boot remover, and its not bad. Worked pretty good

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