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    Default HD Denim Cleaner

    Anyone ever use this stuff? The new bicycles that are coming through to my shops are increasingly using matte finishes. We like to give each new bike a wipe down with polish before it goes on the floor or out the door, but polish on a matte finish is a no-no.

    Who's using it and what do you think?

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    I think Moe might have this stuff for his bike

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    I use it all the time. Its good stuff. Windex also works well im told.

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    Works great Al. I have been using the HD denim cleaner for a while now. Used Windex before that for a very brief time but I didn't care for it. I also have an all denim bicycle and it works great for that as well.... gives it that new clean look.
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    Thanks Moe & Lance. I think I'll pick up a couple bottles and see how it goes. What is that bike? A Nirve 3 Speed?
    Last edited by Ultra AL; 04-25-2014 at 12:37 PM.
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    2010 Ultra Classic
    2003 Dyna SuperGlide
    1967 Bell UH-1 Iroquois(Huey)



    Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle.


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    You won't be disappointed. Bike is a sixthreezero.....3 speed. I really enjoy the forward pedal position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moesride View Post
    You won't be disappointed. Bike is a sixthreezero.....3 speed. I really enjoy the forward pedal position.
    Thats a pretty slick bike moe

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    I use that cleaner sometimes Al, but i also use foaming industrial glass cleaner made by Zep products. They both work great but the Zep cleaner is much more affordable.
    some people just need a high five.. in the face.... with a chair......

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    I don't have any HD jeans

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    Quote Originally Posted by horrorbusiness View Post
    I don't have any HD jeans
    My train of thought on the HD cleaner is this........ I have Denim black paint on the bike by HD, cleaner made by HD states it will not harm said flat paint In any way. So.... when and if the paint does turn a vivid black gloss, I will be ringing the HD doorbell asking why the bike is now vivid black from a HD product that's states it is specifically formulated for their denim paint..This is the main reason why I use it, plus it works!

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