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Just finished detailing my 2015 Valkyrie for a ride tomorrow. Used microfiber cloths and water to clean, and microfiber cloths and wax to detail.

The wax I use is "Turtle Wax Ice" spray wax. I use this product on my automobiles, boat and outboard, other motorcycles, everything I own.

The single best advantage is that it can be used on any paint or chrome surface: painted, dull black, flat black, auto trim, plexiglass windshields, outer trim, rubber, and all inside trim.

One spray application works, dries without any residue, and the final wipe leaves some serious protection.

I realize everyone has their favorites, but for me this the wax I"ll use. No silicones, no involved application, and a final wipe down for the shine.

May have to look around a bit to find it but Amazon carries it.

 

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Just finished detailing my 2015 Valkyrie for a ride tomorrow. Used microfiber cloths and water to clean, and microfiber cloths and wax to detail.

The wax I use is "Turtle Wax Ice" spray wax. I use this product on my automobiles, boat and outboard, other motorcycles, everything I own.

The single best advantage is that it can be used on any paint or chrome surface: painted, dull black, flat black, auto trim, plexiglass windshields, outer trim, rubber, and all inside trim.

One spray application works, dries without any residue, and the final wipe leaves some serious protection.

I realize everyone has their favorites, but for me this the wax I"ll use. No silicones, no involved application, and a final wipe down for the shine.

May have to look around a bit to find it but Amazon carries it.


the turtle wax is good stuff
 
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