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    waterless wash

    Did a search without much return. Anyone here use waterless washes
    on their bikes? Tips?

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    Re: waterless wash

    I use ONR at the QD dilution for most of the cleaning on my bike. Except the vinyl seat it cleaned and treated with 303. Although today she got a nice bath with Meg's Gold Class followed by waxing the chrome and paint with NXT2.0

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    Re: waterless wash

    Pretty much my goto on bike is a waterless wash. I have 4 to chose from and they work fine.

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    Re: waterless wash

    This sounds great. I have never tried it. I’m so glad I have found this.

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    Re: waterless wash

    For what it's worth, I'm going to try Meguiar Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere spray on my bikes -- that is bicycles. I'm hoping that the product will do a good cleaning job without affecting the decals, cable housings, coated aluminum, wiring for the bike computer, etc. I hate to wash my bikes, due to the exposed drive line and other mechanisms that are better off not getting wet (off-road bikes are much better this way, but my bikes are all road bikes.) I've tried one product specifically made for bicycles, and I wasn't impressed. I've been a Meguiar fan for years for my cars, so let's see if the Ultimate Wash & Wax does the job on my bikes I'll post my results here.

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    Re: waterless wash

    Quote Originally Posted by EB3551 View Post
    For what it's worth, I'm going to try Meguiar Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere spray on my bikes -- that is bicycles. I'm hoping that the product will do a good cleaning job without affecting the decals, cable housings, coated aluminum, wiring for the bike computer, etc. I hate to wash my bikes, due to the exposed drive line and other mechanisms that are better off not getting wet (off-road bikes are much better this way, but my bikes are all road bikes.) I've tried one product specifically made for bicycles, and I wasn't impressed. I've been a Meguiar fan for years for my cars, so let's see if the Ultimate Wash & Wax does the job on my bikes I'll post my results here.
    Have you tried this yet? We would expect you to see excellent results. I raced bicycles for about a decade (road, MTB, track) and would have killed for a product like this to clean them back in the day.
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    I've been using Meguiars Ultimate Wash & Wax Anywhere on all 4 or my motorcycles. I just started using it about a month ago. I use it on the painted surfaces, the plastics, the seat, and even on the exposed metal parts of the engine. I'm pleased so far.



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