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    Thumbs up My Junoon's pampered wash and scratch removal + Detailing Pics! :)

    Update 3: New pics last page

    UPDATE 2: Brand New Suspension for the CD70 and more!


    UPDATE: NEW TYRE INSTALLED - Pics page 3


    Hey guys!

    So today I didnt go office for my internship! Rather stayed home, slept and chilled! After the purpose was met.. at around 1 pm I decided to test the products I had just purchased for my bike... Which included Formula one scratch out compound polish and KIWI's Brass Polish!

    My ride had some nasty scratches on the petrol tank... how i got them.... well thats a really sad story
    But thankfully the scratches have been restored! Its like new again! Alhamdolillah!

    So Im gona share this experience with you guys!


    Please say MashAllah!
    Its 2 hours hard work! and now my arm is stiff! Lol







    The shampoo which i use for my bike... its really good! And was cheap too!



    These are the BEFORE PICS!


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    AFTER - washing, drying, compound polishing, removing, normal polishing, chrome polising and then again removing! Phew!


    Scratches fully gone were some nasty ones.. but hard work paid off\!





    Final Results

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    2010 dude thanks!!

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    I just bought stuff for my bike some wax and stuff will post pics soon.

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    MashaAllah, good effort and great result.
    My Preferred Car Care Products "Swissvax - Zymol - DoDo"
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    Mashallah...awesomm results bilal.if m not mixing up your name
    legend will revive soon

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    Bro the scratches were deep and they some how damage paint as well....but how you remove them by jsut using polishes?

    Please recommend me some good polishes which remove Chrome Scratches which are there on a Silencer due to normal usage....Also suggest some good polish which keep black colour shine any time and remove scratch as well which are v.v minor / not visible !
    Detailing a day,Keeps the swirls away

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    @devilskreed Sure do share!

    @ Hidalgo Im not BILAL!!! Im Umer! & thanks alot!!

    @ theconsultant Thanksi!

    @ Talhadoon Yes were deep.. compound polish actually removes thin layer of paint and also fills the removed paint into the scratched areas thats how it works apply polish to the cloth and spread, now apply on the scratched area, leave for a short while, and then press and rub gently... heat and friction also helps the polish do its work, so pressing and rubbing is imp. Now clean the polish with a clean cloth and apply normal protecting polish to preserve the paint.

    @ r1 Thanks a lot love ur CG too! it was a CLASS mine has done 15,500 Kms now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talhadon View Post
    Bro the scratches were deep and they some how damage paint as well....but how you remove them by jsut using polishes?

    Please recommend me some good polishes which remove Chrome Scratches which are there on a Silencer due to normal usage....Also suggest some good polish which keep black colour shine any time and remove scratch as well which are v.v minor / not visible !
    Bhai formula one scratch out is used for removal of nifty scratches..I have been using it on my car for around 2-3 years..Kch aisay scratches hotay hain jo pura paint ukhar daytay hain(like hard pressing key etc they cannot be removed)..As you can observe in the above pics the scratches are there but they are easily removable.Bike to dho kay ,sukha kay scratch out paste apply karain via a soft cloth in circular rotations and volla scatches are gone..Iskay baad aap wax/polish laga saktay hain..

    Bhai Formula one car wax is also good,,plus it is compatible with all colour types..

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    ^^ Iv found formula one to be a little messy for bikes...

    Because of its white color it becomes prominent if left stuck in creases between plastic parts etc.
    Nazar ati hai aur bri lagti hai, cloth wan tak pohanchta nai, aur polish lagi rehti hai...

    Cosmic is much more easy to use, and i like its finish more.

    Scratches were deep till base coat, white color was showing of the base coat, so there was no paint left! still as iv told you, it worked. Had to apply twice.

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    ^^ Used none this time... just my shampoo.

    Otherwise max. iv used LUSTER for it! And it works really well, however applying it on the tyres with the smaaall taki they give in it is a hassle! rest it works very well

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    Some More!

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    Nice. After using formula scratch out I think we don't need any polish or wax. Or do we?

    I use Formula 1 Scratch Out (the other bottle), Turtle Chrome Polish, Brass and 7CF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juste View Post
    Nice. After using formula scratch out I think we don't need any polish or wax. Or do we?

    I use Formula 1 Scratch Out (the other bottle), Turtle Chrome Polish, Brass and 7CF.
    Its not a regular polish, if u keep on using it sara paint utar jaega and neche se base coat nikal aega!
    Use cosmic or formula1 normal polish for regular use, this polish is only for scratch removing.

    and after using formula scratch out you should use a normal polish to seal the paint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    Its not a regular polish, if u keep on using it sara paint utar jaega and neche se base coat nikal aega!
    Use cosmic or formula1 normal polish for regular use, this polish is only for scratch removing.

    and after using formula scratch out you should use a normal polish to seal the paint.
    Oh i see got it thanks. Which normal polish results are better? Cosmic or formula 1 normal ? I used both on car some years ago and I don't remember their exact results
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    And what are the current prices of Cosmo Wax and Formula 1 Wax ?
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    Here goes mine stuff. Brasso as well not included in pic

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    ^^ Have used both and i like cosmic more, everybody uses cosmic... its results are neater and cleaner finish, with deeper glow in paint.
    both cost arround 300rs only

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    Nice detailing dude... Well kept bike

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    Nice i also keep my bike neat and clean i just use Formula 1 polish, that yellow one! it seems pretty good. i didn't knew about all other things that scratch out and that stuff thanks
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