Another way is to heat the pipes up and clean with a damp micro-clothe and iron cleaner. Iron as in the thing you have the Mrs. press you shirt with. It works great.I rubbed my boots on the heat shields and now there is some of my boot heal left on the bike. What is the best way to get this off?
Will Goo Gone work the same as Goof Off? I only ask because I already have some?Working with COLD pipes use some goof off and a old T Shirt and let the goof off soak in for a couple of minutes them rub
You can even try some brake cleaner on a cloth but not to much and when you get it removed ,repolish the pipe BEFORE you start the bike again
+1 - Every one you tell thinks it will scratch but been using them for years and chrome always looks like new. Glad to hear I ain't the only believerSOS Pads, the blue ones with soap and steel wool. Never believed it till i tried it on an old factory muffler off my 06 ultra. Thought it would scratch it but it didn't!
Then took it to the CVO RGU and cleaned it all off.
I use gasoline and the finest steel wool I can find. QUOTE]
lol and use a candle for light... j/k
I use like the others Easy-Off (the yellow can) and some good old elbow grease. Works like a charm... then some Never Dull after that to really get all the crap off the pipe. Just don't use a blade to scrape it off.