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    Default 125 Deluxe Detailing!

    As the Title says, Yesterday I detailed my cousins 2007 CG125 Deluxe.
    The bike is almost 6 years old now, but when he left my home after detailing being done He said he is enjoying the appearance more than he enjoyed when he rode it out of the showroom back in 2007.

    Procedure Followed.

    1) Wash With Shampoo
    2) Wash with Liquid Clay
    3) Wash with Shampoo
    4) Engine Degreaser with detail brushes to make engine free from Oil spills and dirt
    5) Clay Bar Rubbing
    6) Wash (To make sure no contamination left from claying is present on the surface)
    7) Ultimate Compound with Dual Action Polisher
    8) Ultimate Polish with Dual Action Polisher
    9) IPA Wipe (To remove the polishing oils from the surface to make it ready for Sealant)
    10) Synthetic Sealant 2.0
    11) Plastic Trim Protectant (On Plactic parts like Meter / Indicators / Lights Swith part / cables etc)
    12) Silvo Chrome Polish (Just brought shine, scratcher were still their on silencer)

    It took me 4 hours for all this. When I finished it was dark so couldnt take day ligh pictures and you guys have to live with the nigh time pics.

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    bahut ala...yeh tu car wali treatment kar di bike par ap na....

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    Very well job done by you. It shows it's your passion to keep bike neat and clean keep it up buddy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    Heavy duty stuff used! Great results.. dont use so many products together very oftern.
    Clays + Compunds etc.
    Thanks bro!! There is NO harm in claying the bike/car after every 4 - 5 months.. Yes! Its compound that should not be used much often..Otherwise Wax after every 2 weeks / Clay + Polishing + Sealant after every 6 months..

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    Quote Originally Posted by omarabdullah022 View Post
    Nice job! The depth and reflections on the petrol tank are amazing!
    A piece of advice- dont compound too often- this honda paint is very soft!
    Yups bro.. already yeh bike first time compound ki gai hai after 6 years of its existance.. I,ve advised my cousin to wax it often like after every 2 weeks or at least Once each month.. If he acts upon my advice then there would be no need to compound again even after 2 years. I,ve advised him to use Dodo Juice Purple Haze Natural Wax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsan4808 View Post
    Yups bro.. already yeh bike first time compound ki gai hai after 6 years of its existance.. I,ve advised my cousin to wax it often like after every 2 weeks or at least Once each month.. If he acts upon my advice then there would be no need to compound again even after 2 years. I,ve advised him to use Dodo Juice Purple Haze Natural Wax.
    which DA polisher do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anc View Post
    bahut ala...yeh tu car wali treatment kar di bike par ap na....
    Thanks bro... Lol @ car wali treatment.. Bike ko bhi car hi samajhna chahiay hai.. My cousin always kept this bike nicely cleaned all the time but due to the dry dusting he does, there were thousands of swirl mark and light scratches.. I,ve guided him proper way to wash and dry the bike. If he continues the proper way then INSHALLAH this bike would maintain its glory..

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    mashAllah nicely maintained ride .. just need a new seat cover and bar ends


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    Here comes my 2010 CG 125. 10k driven so far. Detailing done a couple of weeks back and the results were superb.

    Used the following items.

    1) Turtle Compound
    2) Turtle Scratch Out
    3) Shinex Carnauba Wax

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    @shamail_haider

    Good Work bro.. But the Turtle compound didnt clear out the swirls on your tank and not even did scratch out do anything about them. As you can see in the picture pasted below. In order to remove these swirls marks (Micro Scratches) you first need a Good compound polish and a Polisher. These can also be removed by hand but with effort and power and by applying equal downward pressure on whole surface. Hence a polisher is best for this job. 2ndly after doing compound you MUST polish the surface with a good Polish and you need to thoroughly work the polish in circular motions and then remove the remaining residue. After Polishing comes the part of WAX !! . Wax would then protect the hardwork by forming a protective layer on the surface and would add to the shine.

    Compound = For Cutting the surface (Just Few Microns) and bringing new surface
    Polishing = For bringing depth and shine to the surface
    Wax = To protect and Shine

    Swrils present on your bike tank :

    125 Deluxe Detailing! -1330008

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    Quote Originally Posted by omarabdullah022 View Post
    which DA polisher do you have?
    @omarabdullah022

    DODO JUICE BUFF DADDY DAS-6.

    Recently purchased. First time issi bike par use kia hai .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsan4808 View Post
    @omarabdullah022

    DODO JUICE BUFF DADDY DAS-6.

    Recently purchased. First time issi bike par use kia hai .

    125 Deluxe Detailing! -1330009
    MashAllah!
    That is one nice machine! Keep up the good work!

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    mind sharing the price tag bro ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raza115 View Post
    mind sharing the price tag bro ?
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    Bought it for 21,000/-Rs without pads.. Pads are to be bought separately for 1800/-Res each pad..

    3 different pads are used.. 1 for Compound 1 for Polishing 1 for selant & wax

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    Thank you

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    How to remove these stains from petrol tank cap. These stains are after removing the blue sticker that's usually on new bikes. 125 Deluxe Detailing! - y4eguqyq

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsan95 View Post
    How to remove these stains from petrol tank cap. These stains are after removing the blue sticker that's usually on new bikes. 125 Deluxe Detailing! - y4eguqyq
    Apply formula's Scratch out and leave it for 2min..Then rub cloth hardly..It will be removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asad_racer120 View Post
    Can You Tell Me What Is The Top Speed .........?
    I used to get max 110km/hr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsan4808 View Post
    @shamail_haider

    Good Work bro.. But the Turtle compound didnt clear out the swirls on your tank and not even did scratch out do anything about them. As you can see in the picture pasted below. In order to remove these swirls marks (Micro Scratches) you first need a Good compound polish and a Polisher. These can also be removed by hand but with effort and power and by applying equal downward pressure on whole surface. Hence a polisher is best for this job. 2ndly after doing compound you MUST polish the surface with a good Polish and you need to thoroughly work the polish in circular motions and then remove the remaining residue. After Polishing comes the part of WAX !! . Wax would then protect the hardwork by forming a protective layer on the surface and would add to the shine.

    Compound = For Cutting the surface (Just Few Microns) and bringing new surface
    Polishing = For bringing depth and shine to the surface
    Wax = To protect and Shine

    Swrils present on your bike tank :

    125 Deluxe Detailing! -1330008
    Thank you bro for such a guidance in detail. Yes, I failed to remove the deep swirls and I'm going to use the polisher and some other compound with a real hard effort whenever I'll have a long weekend because "sardi mein aisay kaam krnay ka dil nahi kerta"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahsan95 View Post
    How to remove these stains from petrol tank cap. These stains are after removing the blue sticker that's usually on new bikes. 125 Deluxe Detailing! - y4eguqyq
    Any other solution apart from buying scratch out.

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    IMO scratch out would be abrasive and induct scracthes on the chrome part.

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