You don't want to use that on your paint though.... since it cut's grease it also will strip your polish or wax off. Use a wash soap for vehicles that doesn't cut grease. I use the dawn on my motor though.Geezer-Glide said:I solved my dirty white wall problems by going to black walls!! But before that, I used Dawn dishwashing degergent. Cuts grease in the sink and on the bike! Really.
HUGE :thumbsup: on that one. I just used it last night on my 05' Road King Classic. MAN, looks like brand new white walls! Thanks for the tip! :cheers:2006FLSTNI said:I use Spray on Shout full strength let sit for a few minutes then Mr Clean Eraser works great and no scrubbing ?prty:
I think any good quality cleaner with either an SOS pad or Mr. Clean erasers will do a great job. The key is frequency!! Don't let them get so bad that you have to chip away the dirt. I clean mine fairly frequent and they look new. Also..get some Lyndall brake pads if you experience a lot of brake dust. I had a set of EBC's on my bike and after 300 miles, I went back to Lyndalls. The brake dust was incredibily heavy on the EBC's. My whitewalls hated it!Shakedown said:Yup, mr clean erasers. Some use Shout, I use simple green with it. Never been whiter.
I agree westley's bleche-wite is good stuff. I have used it on my bike and cars for years.blackcherry said:Westley's Bleche-Wite (yeah, that IS the correct spelling) works well - nasty stuff in a good kind of way. Strips all the oxidized gunk off without a lot of work. Whitewalls are bright white, blackwalls are deep black, etc.