Spray on polish for detailing?

missmarple
missmarple Posts: 1,980
edited February 2010 in MTB buying advice
Bello!

Having seen this in the worshop section:

WMB87.work.tip5_prev-500-100-500-70.jpg

Can anyone tell me what I can use on the bike in terms of spray-on polish? Or what is being used in this photo?

Also - anyone know of any decent liquid degunker? The sort of thing I can soak my cassette and chain in to get it brand spanking new again?

Cheers!

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  • nonnac85
    nonnac85 Posts: 1,608
    Petrol gets your cassette and chain squeaky clean!
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  • nicklouse
    nicklouse Posts: 50,675
    http://www.finishlineusa.com/products/pro-detailer.htm

    spray onto a rag or protect your rotors.
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  • missmarple
    missmarple Posts: 1,980
    Chris do you use this to clean your parts individually?

    I may well just stick with Fenwicks, without too much dilution and leave overnight in standing liquid and see what happens.

    And Nick, thanks for that - have you used this in the past?
  • nicklouse
    nicklouse Posts: 50,675
    yes most of there products.

    the one in the pic is old style packaging.
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  • stevet1992
    stevet1992 Posts: 1,502
    missmarple wrote:
    Chris do you use this to clean your parts individually?

    I may well just stick with Fenwicks, without too much dilution and leave overnight in standing liquid and see what happens.

    And Nick, thanks for that - have you used this in the past?

    I use a small amount of Fenwicks FS1 and a tooth brush
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  • missmarple
    missmarple Posts: 1,980
    stevet1992 wrote:
    missmarple wrote:
    Chris do you use this to clean your parts individually?

    I may well just stick with Fenwicks, without too much dilution and leave overnight in standing liquid and see what happens.

    And Nick, thanks for that - have you used this in the past?

    I use a small amount of Fenwicks FS1 and a tooth brush

    Steve no one cares what you think. :twisted:
  • stevet1992
    stevet1992 Posts: 1,502
    missmarple wrote:
    stevet1992 wrote:
    missmarple wrote:
    Chris do you use this to clean your parts individually?

    I may well just stick with Fenwicks, without too much dilution and leave overnight in standing liquid and see what happens.

    And Nick, thanks for that - have you used this in the past?

    I use a small amount of Fenwicks FS1 and a tooth brush

    Steve no one cares what you think. :twisted:

    I refuse to be spoken to like that by an old lady ... Go collect your pension MMMKAY :twisted:
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  • missmarple
    missmarple Posts: 1,980
    nicklouse wrote:
    yes most of there products.

    the one in the pic is old style packaging.

    Cheers, I'll get that!
  • nicklouse
    nicklouse Posts: 50,675
    i prefer the Motorex bike shine though.
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