Being a nail bender / parts changer for most of my life, I have used hydrogen peroxide as far back as I can really remember, watching it bubble up as I poured it on the cuts or in the open gashes, only to find out after 50+ years
of use, that it is very hard on skin tissue, and blood cells!!
So I will just take it out of the medicine cabinet, seeing how I haven't used it in over 5 years, and move it down to the garage,
it's not hard on paint or anodized metal???
Can you use it on the fairing and other plastics???
We have one hell of a bug problem here in South Texas, and it is year round, they really cause problems when riding at night, if the dragonflies are out , you must wear a helmet, cause you're going to get hit in the face, eyeballs, and up your nostril you see where I'm going with this, I have yet to find a way to remove bug splatter easily....would be an awesome trick if it worked!!!
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