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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knife View Post

    If you want to keep tyres neat and free of dust.. Mix kala sabun with water and apply it on tyre, it will keep the tyre clean, dust free and moisturized
    yes using the polish makes it catch dust very quickly. btw what is kala sabun? any sabun in black colour?
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadoon1992_vxlimited View Post
    yes using the polish makes it catch dust very quickly. btw what is kala sabun? any sabun in black colour?

    Available at most of kiryana stores, its locally made sabun used commonly for washing clothes. If you wasnt able to find it than any cloth washing soap with do that job, Gaye soap, lado sabun etc etc.. Its cheap and wont catch dust..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knife View Post

    Available at most of kiryana stores, its locally made sabun used commonly for washing clothes. If you wasnt able to find it than any cloth washing soap with do that job, Gaye soap, lado sabun etc etc.. Its cheap and wont catch dust..
    thanks alot brother . will try it and will post the results
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver_Knife View Post

    Available at most of kiryana stores, its locally made sabun used commonly for washing clothes. If you wasnt able to find it than any cloth washing soap with do that job, Gaye soap, lado sabun etc etc.. Its cheap and wont catch dust..

    Kaala saabun is used in washing BIG DISHES i.e. Daig...

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    Bike tyres aren't ruff'n'tuff like HINOs. Black Soap is way dry as compare to shampoos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    Bike tyres aren't ruff'n'tuff like HINOs. Black Soap is way dry as compare to shampoos.
    can shampoo be used on tyres? i like the tyres clean thats why looking for a solution bcoz when i apply 7ct polish, the 2nd day it catches so much dust that it needs to be polished again
    people need to grow up sometimes and act MATURE !

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    Bike Chain Maintenance

    Motorcycle chain maintenance, along with Oil Changesand Tyre Maintenance is a crucial part of safe riding. Chains are the unsung mechanical heroes of motorcycling; they're responsible for the crucial task of transferring power from the engine to the rear wheel, and without proper inspection and maintenance, can fail and cripple the motorcycle, or worse, become dangerous projectiles.

    How often should chains be inspected and adjusted?

    Depending on how aggressively you ride, chains should be inspected every 200-300 miles, or roughly twice a month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jadoon1992_vxlimited View Post
    can shampoo be used on tyres? i like the tyres clean thats why looking for a solution bcoz when i apply 7ct polish, the 2nd day it catches so much dust that it needs to be polished again
    Yes we can use shampoo on tyres with the help of brush, rub it gently with tyre. Use 7CF after wash and if there comes a dust then clean it with light wet cloth.
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    I have always used Cosmic Genuine and nothing else. remained satisfactory till now ......
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    yesterday i bought brasso polish from al fatah lahore for Rs 175 and today got cosmic from metro for Rs 350.got all products which i planned to buy

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    Quote Originally Posted by abuzerkhan View Post
    yesterday i bought brasso polish from al fatah lahore for Rs 175 and today got cosmic from metro for Rs 350.got all products which i planned to buy

    Bhai Jan, do post your experience with these products especially Brasso :-)


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    I have always used Cosmic Genuine and nothing else. remained satisfactory till now ......
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    Use 7CF too

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    Quote Originally Posted by uzi602 View Post
    I have always used Cosmic Genuine and nothing else. remained satisfactory till now ......
    Do update thread with your bike detailing pics..
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    @R1,bro nice thread.Nice ideas.I used revive all on my friend's CD70.It was having scratches.After using revive all on it scratches gone for time & it started to give 0 meter look.Also it was hell easy to apply as compare to polish.mean to say just spray & gently rubbing cloth makes the deal.But Can revive all be used on tank side covers? for refrence see my YB100 pic.I used revive all on it after washing it with shampoo..
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    Nouman: Revive is a good product but now its out dated. There is a product 7CF which is perfect for tyres, chassis, magnet cover, crankcase, chain cover, swing arm, meters, head light rear cover. For fuel tank and side covers if have scratches then apply and scratch removing compound and then wipe it with soft dry cloth and then apply Cosmic or any other wax, for chrome parts if your bike has rust spots then use brasso and wd40. Turtle Chrome Wax is best for mudguards, suspensions, rims and handlebars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ha125 View Post
    Bhai Jan, do post your experience with these products especially Brasso :-)




    Wah Yaar kia baat ha
    You are Cheetah .....

    Use 7CF too

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    sure i will share.time to milay yaaar cleaning ka.abhi to use bhi nai ki just waiting for the registration then i will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1 View Post
    Nouman: Revive is a good product but now its out dated. There is a product 7CF which is perfect for tyres, chassis, magnet cover, crankcase, chain cover, swing arm, meters, head light rear cover. For fuel tank and side covers if have scratches then apply and scratch removing compound and then wipe it with soft dry cloth and then apply Cosmic or any other wax, for chrome parts if your bike has rust spots then use brasso and wd40. Turtle Chrome Wax is best for mudguards, suspensions, rims and handlebars.
    ok here is what i understood do correct me.
    Cosmic = For Body Parts like tanky tapay
    Turtle Chrome Polish = For Chrome Parts like mudguards and rim
    7CF = For Tyres, Matt Black Exhaust and meter area
    Brasso = tell me where should i use.
    Micro Fiber Cloth = it should be used for washing, drying and polishing
    correct me if i am wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N0m1 View Post
    @R1,bro nice thread.Nice ideas.I used revive all on my friend's CD70.It was having scratches.After using revive all on it scratches gone for time & it started to give 0 meter look.Also it was hell easy to apply as compare to polish.mean to say just spray & gently rubbing cloth makes the deal.But Can revive all be used on tank side covers? for refrence see my YB100 pic.I used revive all on it after washing it with shampoo..
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    Quote Originally Posted by abuzerkhan View Post
    ok here is what i understood do correct me.
    Cosmic = For Body Parts like tanky tapay
    Turtle Chrome Polish = For Chrome Parts like mudguards and rim
    7CF = For Tyres, Matt Black Exhaust and meter area
    Brasso = tell me where should i use.
    Micro Fiber Cloth = it should be used for washing, drying and polishing
    correct me if i am wrong.
    You can use brasso on wheel spokes, handle clips, drums, silver nut bolts
    u shud use washing mitt is especially design for washing
    microfiber is use for removing wax from paint work n drying also
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    Quote Originally Posted by uzair115 View Post
    You can use brasso on wheel spokes, handle clips, drums, silver nut bolts
    u shud use washing mitt is especially design for washing
    microfiber is use for removing wax from paint work n drying also
    thanks for replying uzair. i have formula one washing shampoo which will be used for washing. one question, should i use micro fiber cloth for washing purpose as well?? someone said you should use it for washing as well. and turtle chrome polish should be used on mudguards and chrome part of exhaust ONLY??

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    Quote Originally Posted by abuzerkhan View Post
    thanks for replying uzair. i have formula one washing shampoo which will be used for shopping. one question, should i use micro fiber cloth for washing purpose as well?? someone said you should use it for washing as well. and turtle chrome polish should be used on mudguards and chrome part of exhaust ONLY??
    well aap formula one b use kr sktay ho agr lay lia nahi tou phr armorall car wash lelo....
    microfiber bhi use krsktay ho lekin ziada bahter washing mitt hai agr tm microfiber use krtay ho tou tm ko wash krnay may difficulty hogi ...washing mitt lia tou baat bani q k washing mitt RELIABLE HAI

    tutle chrome wax ko simple chrome parts pr use kro SIMPLE hai yaaar
    it seems ur detailing concious increasing day by day....
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