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Whenever someone rides on the back, they invariably rest their shoe on my Vance & Hines Straightshots and leave black rubber markings on the pipes. By the time I notice the vinyl/rubber has hardened. What's the best way to get this crap off without scraping/damaging the chrome? Thanks for the help.
 

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cleaning chromed pipes

Hi:
I had black, grimy, mechanic's fingerprints etched on my Samsom Streetsweepers and used a product called, "Eagle One Original Never Dull Wadding Polish". This stuff worked where other products used had little or no effetc on the chrome. Highly recommended (no affiliation etc.)
 

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Fellow Bikers, your response to my problem with chrome pipes has been greatly appreciated. That's the beauty of this forum and the beauty of being a rider. We have a common thread that brings people together. Again many thanks. Now all I have to do is find the time to try all of the great ideas you gave me.
 

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Cleaning Chrome Pipes

OH yes! i think we are all familiar with this one if you dont have any easy-off oven cleaner laying around get some? workes great. apply when pipes are warm NOT HOT you dont want to get burned Carefull,
 
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