Can I use Windex and a paper towel? You can use almost anything. Your bike has a matte finish clear coat on it, so anything that won’t attack paint is fine. No problems with windex though a damp, clean rag will probably work almost as well.
What can I clean my bike with?
Soap / general cleaner: Use diluted dishwashing soap or preformulated bike wash cleaner for frame cleaning. Degreaser: A bike-specific degreaser (avoid kerosene or turpentine) will clean up gummy parts like your bike chain. Choose a solvent that is easy on the environment (and you). Dispose of all solvents properly.
Can I use Windex to clean my motorcycle?
Never use Windex or other glass cleaners because there is a possibility of damaging the surface. Cleaning the motorcycle tires and wheels. This can be the hardest and dirtiest part.
How can I clean my bike at home?
Start wetting the bike from top to bottom and avoid direct contact with electrical and mechanical spots at first. Adjust to the lowest setting for these areas and completely avoid pressure washing on an older motorcycle – a damp cloth should work just fine in this situation.
Where should you not use Windex?
We All Love Using Windex But Be Careful!
- 1 – Don’t Clean With Windex Your Laptop Or Monitors. …
- 2 – Don’t Ever Mix Windex or Any Ammonia Based Products With Bleach! …
- 3 – Don’t Ever Use Cleaning Products On Your Skin – That Means Windex Too! …
- 4 – Don’t Use window To Clean Your Granite Countertops.
Can I use glass cleaner on motorcycle?
We recommend that you NEVER use glass cleaner on your motorcycle. It can lead to damage on your windshield including de-lamination or hazing and offers no protection to your paint. Always use a soft material such as microfiber for your cloths and sponges.
Can I wash my motorcycle with dish soap?
It is safe to wash your motorcycle with dish soap as long as you rinse off the dish washing liquid afterward. The salts in dish soap dissolve oil and grease but are not corrosive like sea salt. Washing your bike often with dish soap may require you to re-wax the paint to prevent damage.