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Old 11-04-2012, 02:48 PM
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bikini wax is my favorite
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collinite

very spendy but well worth it

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Old 11-04-2012, 03:18 PM
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I use Wolfgang Fusion on all my vehicles, apply it and wipe it off with no residue.
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I have used zymol for years on cars and bikes and like it a lot. Easy on, easy off. Does not stain plastics.
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protect all, NXT, red moose
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NXT or Pig Snot for me.
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Been using Zaino for many years. Not a wax. It is a show car polish. Doesn't not need to be applied in sections. You can do the whole bike at once. Temperature does not matter. It can be layered for a deeper shine and better light refraction. And it doesn't leave a residue. I only need to apply once a year. Usually do two coats per session. It lasts that long. Top shelf stuff.

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Great product, been using for years, highly recomended!!
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Griot's is the best I've used bar none and I've tried a lot of them. They also sell a 3" random orbital buffer that works great on bikes.
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Griots has a 1 inch buffer now? I knew about the 3 inch.
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Griots has a 1 inch buffer now? I knew about the 3 inch.
No my mistake just the 6" and the 3".
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