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Use also a gentle stream of water when rinsing, rather than high water pressure that comes from hose. The high pressure of water will cause dirt to grind further into paint, causing scratches along with other worse problems. And remember to use generous amounts of water when rinsing. Dirt that causes scratch will easily float away with enough water used.
When washing your bike…
Use lots of water, but without high pressure. Totally avoid using pressure washers. Instead let water flow freely by detaching nozzle from hose.
Along with generous amount of water, use detergents designed specifically for motorcycle washing. Ordinary detergent tends to remove wax that we want to try to keep. Simply mix detergent according to directions and go for it. Just make sure you rinse each section soon after applying detergent so that no soap film will develop. It is difficult to get rid of soap film when it dries up.
After washing, rinse, rinse, and rinse some more. Rinse everywhere. Every nook and cranny should be rinsed of soap.
Lastly, wash your motorcycle without bright sunlight. Soap suds can easily dry from heat. Ideal time of day would be in late afternoon or early morning when sun is not so strong.
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