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The rubber parts of the lines in the picture below seem to dull and cloud in no time. What is your favorite way to preserve the material and keep it looking new?
 

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Pig Spit
 

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Sorry I got nothing. I'm a soap and water guy. I'd like to know too.
I heard that Pig Spit is very good too.
 

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I've heard pig spit works nicely, but must be applied often and is simply expensive. "You get what you pay for", may apply.
Black Again, by Black Jack is supposed to be more durable, but does anyone know of any disadvantages to it? I truly do not know the chemistry, so may be all wet, but since this stuff is very thick, needs to cure and leaves a glossy appearance behind, I am concerned about it eventually contributing to degradation of the rubber.
 

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I've heard pig spit works nicely, but must be applied often and is simply expensive.
You have a $20,000 motorcycle. $8.95 for Pig Spit is reasonable, me thinks.
 

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Well, Pig Spit does go fast. You need to be frugal with it. I really don't know what else to use on rubber.
 

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i was about to ask where one would get some pig spit..
 

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turd..

i looked it up on google.. and lil you are right ordering it from them is just as good and if not better than some resellers i saw.. so i ordered the travel kit with a little bit of every thing and a handy carry case for 20 bucks
 
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