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So I was getting the bike ready for winter storage and started detailing the bike with Meguiar's Scratch X 2.0. Pretty amazing stuff in that bottle... :thumb I $hit you not, it took all the fine scratches out to a showroom finish. I was amazed to say the least! I probably could have stopped there but I finished the bike with Harley's Glaze Polish and Sealant and now she's all ready for her long winter hibernation.
 

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Need to pull the bike into the living room, so you can admire the detailing job all winter! :D
 

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I knew a guy who actually did that back in 1970.
 

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I know a guy that did that last year. :D
 

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I swear by Meguiar's ever since I used it on my truck (a 1997). I used the Scratch-X and followed it up with a couple of coats of Meguiar's carnuba wax, and the friggin' thing will blind you in direct sunlight. Not bad for seventeen-year-old paint. I also lost about five pounds doing it all by hand. Bike's next.
 

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Meguiers is good stuff ,guy down the road parks his softail deluxe in his living room in front of picture window, looks good.
 

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LOL, and I bet you knew him pretty well JP!

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Naw . . . wasn't me. But I would do it if I could get it up the stairs and through the hard rt turn. :)
 

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thats whats nice about denim paint - i dont have to worry about waxing anything but the chrome
 

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My son and I did that with his new KTM dirt bike when my wife was at work ..... Then we removed it when it hit the fan when she came home !
 
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