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I keep reading where this is the best because it will not hurt the paint at all... kinder than diapers...
I have a little piece for my glasses that works great.
What is everyong using?
Does anyone know where to get some of this magic cloth that is larger than 2 inches square??

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I do - for dusting/buffing between cleanings. Not for actually washing. Works wonders. I also use the honda clean/polish spray which is also great.

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I went to Pep Boys and spent 36.00 on new rags ,cleaning supplies ,bucket,various other goodies. They
had a 3 pack of microfiber rags for 4.00 bucks ...and they were different colors too , they clean very well and don't leave lent and swirlies...and excellent for chrome touch ups.
I put a coat of wax on it...smooth as a babies bum , still got 1 mile on it...please rain go away !

Silver is my mode....
 

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I use the California duster that car buffs use. It works great. Use two of then, one to clean the wheels and one for the body. I put a glaze on when it was new and after 1200 miles I never had to wash it. Cost $13  at auto parts store.
 

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I use regular Cotton towels when taking the wax off, but then use a microfiber towel afterwards. He is right you can buy them at Advance auto/Auto Zone. I have seen them in a three pack.
 

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micro fiber is the only way to go.. used them on my X keep on moist with miguers quick detail in my bags, great for quick clean up in parking lot after long ride... i have seen them at WAL-MART
 

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:D :D :D I picked up 2 sets at Autozone and stuffed them in my shirt to get them home...
Thank you all.

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i didn't even know about micro fiber stuff until reading another post on it here. i went and got some, and really like them. use them to wash, wax on, wax off (karate kid anyone? :p), and chrome polish on and off.
 

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phaed said:
i didn't even know about micro fiber stuff until reading another post on it here. i went and got some, and really like them. use them to wash, wax on, wax off (karate kid anyone? :p), and chrome polish on and off.
u forgot paint the fence and sanda the floor lol

Bruce
 
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