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I know its not a 'product' but does anybody else use parrafin oil to clean their whitewalls?
I use my bike daily, all weathers and it gets pig **** dirty, UK weathers not nice, Havin whitewall on don't help!

Experimented with a few things to save money on harley cleaner and stumbled on 'parrafin oil'.

Works a treat! Put it in a spray bottle, a squirt and a rub, just so long as you give the wheels a good soapy wash after, and Don't go near the brakes with it!
But you all knew that eeh???
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two other products you can use are SOS pads and Wesley's Bleechwhite(sp) which works great...but may destroy the Harley "junk" spokes... Or you can do what I did with my 2002 King...sold them and put balckwalls on.:D
 

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Virgin whitewalls

Just trying to be helpfull to all them new people out there!!!
AND I wish my whitewalls where 'virgin' too, have a nice new bike again!!!!

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go to your local car dealership they have good tire cleaners. i worked at one for 5 years. the WYNNS supply person had a whitewall cleaner. $20 for 5 gallons excellent stuff. if you dilute it 50/50 great bug cleaner.
 
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