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Mike Phillips wrote about this somewhere on Autogeek, static. Ill see if I can find it
Very interesting article. One thing to note from that. Because our bike’s painted surfaces are not metal and not conductive, they don’t naturally shed their charge. Hence we see more static build up and dust collection that folks with metal cars.

I’m back to a little spray detailer and a microfiber cloth to wipe off the dust.
 

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Well we still have the tank and fenders that are metal, not real much though. He has a lot of great articles on his site.
He worked for Meguiers before he went to Autogeek, PBMG, and then whoever owns it now
 
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I just put some Cruzarmor on my Vivid Black RGS, its an acrylic type of self healing wrap to protect your paint. I had them wrap my entire faring, front fender, the top and sides of my tank and I put one of the DIY kits on my forks and top of my bags where I keep hitting them with my boots. It really looks good and you won't see any swirls in the paint. Check it out cruzarmor.com. The owner is Todd Round supper nice guy and has a lot of install videos for the DIY kits. I am going to wrap everything I can on my bike.
 

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Dust adds character to my bike. I had the dealer do the clutch recall Saturday and they washed the bike. WTF! Now I have to wait until next weekend for it to look good again. LOL!
 
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