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    hi guys. anyone know where to buy cheap bike care products like bike wash shampoo, wax, degreaser, chamois cloth, etc?

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    carrefour?
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    er...carrefour sells bike care products at retail prices right? What i want is discounted bike care products at LAB prices, where they buy in bulk then sell it away cheaply. Everyone knows LAB sells the cheapest 2T and 4T oil, but does anyone know which place sells the cheapest bike care products?

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    inot sure i buy from petrol kiosk one

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    got a frd doing direct selling for these pdts....
    tried the polish wax.....
    so far so good....
    swore by my frd to ta han rain / storms 2-3 times w/o water mark...

    still testing the pdt.....i mus say tt the finishing is good....


    interested, pm mi...

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    Go Jb...version of Careffour..

    Motorbike Shampoo- $4
    Tyre Spray-to shine - $4
    Dirt Remover, can use to remove sticker too, good for ur bikes dirt at tyre rim,esp NSR-ians,$8

    thnx

    LAb got sell 3 in 1 solution 3 botttles for $15..

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    at turf city, supermarket call "giant"..

    the side mirrors at abt $4 can stick on ur windscreen for yyrs!!
    so u can go track with them without the orbit, origianl ones.

    the car, bike polish, wax n wash very cheap n good.

    they have car covers too at $12 only..
    those got posh cars can buy too..

    got time go there see see, free parking for cars n bikes..

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    the newly open one isit
    at the old race rd there bt timah rd there

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    got a frd doing direct selling for these pdts....
    tried the polish wax.....
    so far so good....
    swore by my frd to ta han rain / storms 2-3 times w/o water mark...

    still testing the pdt.....i mus say tt the finishing is good....


    interested, pm mi...
    how much?

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    $12.50 if i not wrong

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    Tyre Spray-to shine - $4
    *EEEEK!!*

    I wouldn't want my tyres to start sliding after putting that stuff on.

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    Tyre Spray-to shine - $4
    *EEEEK!!*

    I wouldn't want my tyres to start sliding after putting that stuff on.
    Its sprayed on the side wall of the tyre so not to afraid of any sliding to occur... anyway this kinda product are more for car tyres not so much for m/cycles.
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    Tyre Spray-to shine - $4
    *EEEEK!!*

    I wouldn't want my tyres to start sliding after putting that stuff on.
    Its sprayed on the side wall of the tyre so not to afraid of any sliding to occur... anyway this kinda product are more for car tyres not so much for m/cycles.
    Beware of these silicon sprays for shine. Put on sidewall sure looks good, my suggestion is not to spray directly but spray on cloth and wipe it on. That way, none will get on brakes or tire thread. Safety first folks!

    Also another no no is your bike seats. Some of these products say make your seats looks good, but NEVER do it. I tried once and my arse was sliding all over the place. HAd to spend another 15mins cleaning it off.

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    Also another no no is your bike seats. Some of these products say make your seats looks good, but NEVER do it. I tried once and my arse was sliding all over the place. HAd to spend another 15mins cleaning it off. [/quote]





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    I can't seem to find any cleaning/polishing product that specifically has the word 'Motorcycle' written on it. Not in carrefour nor petrol kiosks. I oways use turtle wax to wax.

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    Frankly speaking went voice down to materials. Cars and bikes share the same painted materials, plastics, vinyl, rubber.... Jus label "for motorcycles" tats all. You guys can try the distributor near Sim Lim Sq. More nearer to the Shell petrol kiosk. its at basement facing main rd. They distribute those care care and car acessories to shopping centre and shops. You can get their dented, abit leak, affected products at a shelf with messy bottles ard. Those are even cheaper bcos these affected stuff can't delivery to shops. so sell cheap cheap. but definitely geniune stuff.jus abit this abit there dirty or dented. I have choosen a slightly leak RAIN X for jus $6. Compare shopping centre selling $9 plus.

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    Frankly speaking went voice down to materials. Cars and bikes share the same painted materials, plastics, vinyl, rubber.... Jus label "for motorcycles" tats all. You guys can try the distributor near Sim Lim Sq. More nearer to the Shell petrol kiosk. its at basement facing main rd. They distribute those care care and car acessories to shopping centre and shops. You can get their dented, abit leak, affected products at a shelf with messy bottles ard. Those are even cheaper bcos these affected stuff can't delivery to shops. so sell cheap cheap. but definitely geniune stuff.jus abit this abit there dirty or dented. I have choosen a slightly leak RAIN X for jus $6. Compare shopping centre selling $9 plus.
    this info is definitely useful... you have the address to this place?? if not, how abt sharing with us the most prominent landmark near the place or along which main road (Rocher Canel Rd or Serangoon Rd), etc??

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    Got those type of shampoo after rinsing off will wax the surface? I think Lau Cheh told me a brand called Waxco or something like that...

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    I can't seem to find any cleaning/polishing product that specifically has the word 'Motorcycle' written on it. Not in carrefour nor petrol kiosks. I oways use turtle wax to wax.
    Try using Auric car polish(TVmedia). Can use on paint and chrome......put on and wipe off.......

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    Opps quite somee time never go on net.

    Ok!..... There is a shell petrol kiosk sharing inside a building. The shell sits beside a small lane coming out of the end of ERP area. That building also has a front shop that sells scooters parts and acessories. That car care shop is below the scooter part shop. Catch the ball?

     

     
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    M'sia 'The Store' having sale, KIT products going quiet cheaply.

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    Carrefour still the best place @@

    When getting wax get those silicon base one it really works
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    dunno whether u guys have used b4

    there's this Auri Wash & Wax which is only $5, for a bottle with spray nozzle

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    besides the wax shampoo, anyone knw how to remove the stains on the sprockets?

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    besides the wax shampoo, anyone knw how to remove the stains on the sprockets?
    maybe you can try my way.
    use 20 cents of desial and mix with water.
    use a paint brush and cut it short to make it hard.
    use the brush wif the mixture and brush on the sprocket.
    When all the dirt are being removed, use soap to wash off the previous mixture, last of all lube your chain when it is dry.


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    besides the wax shampoo, anyone knw how to remove the stains on the sprockets?
    when u use kerosene or watever magic solution u can lay ur hands on, u can reuse the dirtied kerosene to brush the sprocket and it will work that dirt out.
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    ermm, wads a desial?

    besides the wax shampoo, anyone knw how to remove the stains on the sprockets?
    maybe you can try my way.
    use 20 cents of desial and mix with water.
    use a paint brush and cut it short to make it hard.
    use the brush wif the mixture and brush on the sprocket.
    When all the dirt are being removed, use soap to wash off the previous mixture, last of all lube your chain when it is dry.

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    there's tis engine decreaser which i use it fer 1 time, and the 'thing' that holds on to the sprocket, i clean it 1 time till now still beri clean.. izzit better den the kerosene?


    when u use kerosene or watever magic solution u can lay ur hands on, u can reuse the dirtied kerosene to brush the sprocket and it will work that dirt out.

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    there's tis engine decreaser which i use it fer 1 time, and the 'thing' that holds on to the sprocket, i clean it 1 time till now still beri clean.. izzit better den the kerosene?

    when u use kerosene or watever magic solution u can lay ur hands on, u can reuse the dirtied kerosene to brush the sprocket and it will work that dirt out.
    anyway that can clear the dirt, is good. Who cares how we clean it. I chose the cheapest alternative.
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    oh ok...

    there's tis engine decreaser which i use it fer 1 time, and the 'thing' that holds on to the sprocket, i clean it 1 time till now still beri clean.. izzit better den the kerosene?

    when u use kerosene or watever magic solution u can lay ur hands on, u can reuse the dirtied kerosene to brush the sprocket and it will work that dirt out.
    anyway that can clear the dirt, is good. Who cares how we clean it. I chose the cheapest alternative.

     

     
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    got a frd doing direct selling for these pdts....
    tried the polish wax.....
    so far so good....
    swore by my frd to ta han rain / storms 2-3 times w/o water mark...

    still testing the pdt.....i mus say tt the finishing is good....


    interested, pm mi...


    not only tahan rain,
    it ta han man made acid rain " to test) too.
    It even ta han phyiscal rubbing. And the wax layer is still there!!
    I use it and I dont afiraid rain or bird **** will corrode the surface.
    very lasting and cost saving!!

    un like those cream type. rain one time only. the wax layer gone liao.

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    Yoz..... Ermmm.... got 1 suggestion, but dunnoe will kanna scolded by u all a not... heehee....
    Maybe can someone come out with a list (or everyone contribute lah...) of all the shops or wat that sell the bike care product cheap cheap one.... like that we all can noe and go there mah.... rite??? heehee... juz a suggestion hoh... wat u all think???
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    got a frd doing direct selling for these pdts....
    tried the polish wax.....
    so far so good....
    swore by my frd to ta han rain / storms 2-3 times w/o water mark...

    still testing the pdt.....i mus say tt the finishing is good....


    interested, pm mi...


    not only tahan rain,
    it ta han man made acid rain " to test) too.
    It even ta han phyiscal rubbing. And the wax layer is still there!!
    I use it and I dont afiraid rain or bird **** will corrode the surface.
    very lasting and cost saving!!

    un like those cream type. rain one time only. the wax layer gone liao.
    how much ur fren selling this thing?

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    Opps quite somee time never go on net.

    Ok!..... There is a shell petrol kiosk sharing inside a building. The shell sits beside a small lane coming out of the end of ERP area. That building also has a front shop that sells scooters parts and acessories. That car care shop is below the scooter part shop. Catch the ball?
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    besides the wax shampoo, anyone knw how to remove the stains on the sprockets?
    i tried the $2 degreaser from "denso" at IMM ...works well

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    Carrefour still the best place @@

    When getting wax get those silicon base one it really works
    really? i compared the price of KIT from there and an ordinary petrol kiosk, carefour more ex leh...

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    I wanna ask...

    When using Bike Shampoo to wash ur bike, do u all wash all the cylinder casing, exhaust, and those inner metallic parts?

    Ur not scared it will corrode the parts?

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    I wanna ask...

    When using Bike Shampoo to wash ur bike, do u all wash all the cylinder casing, exhaust, and those inner metallic parts?

    Ur not scared it will corrode the parts?
    i think if they wash it they will have to spray the anti rust spray
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    so how do u all wash ur bikes?
    as in which parts n using wad?
    can recommend some?
    and where can they be bought?
    thx.

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    I use armourall car wash, bought from autobac...

    Then us soft 99 Fosso liquid wax... so far, so gd leh... for my exhaust area, i use autosol sometimes...

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    so which part of ur bike do u clean?

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    Erm.... every part lor... That includes my box and rim!

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    so u use car shampoo to clean ur rims?
    coz got alot of stains....cant seem to get them off...

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    so u use car shampoo to clean ur rims?
    coz got alot of stains....cant seem to get them off...
    To clean rim, the cheapest method I know of:

    Buy $0.10-0.20 cents of dissel (can use very long liaoz), mix with water, then use a sponge to clean the rim wif the mixture. Once done, use shampoo or soap water to rinse off the dissel mixture.

    Cheap, good and really clean.
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    for me i just use the wash and wax shampoo for cars by autoglaze (i think the brand is that...cant recall n not at home now also...)

    and for pipe after washing use autosol to polish...

    thinking of getting wax to wax my bike... but dont know what brand is good... maybe will get the same brand as the shampoo... cuz i feel it'll be better... just like hair care.. use the shampoo of this brand then gotta use the conditioner of that same brand... LOL!

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    so u use car shampoo to clean ur rims?
    coz got alot of stains....cant seem to get them off...
    It depends on wat kinda stain u r talking abt... If its normal brake dust and dirt... The shampoo works fine. But if u are toking abt rear rim stain caused by flings from chain lube, then Chaicka had sugg the best way...

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    Guys,

    Would like to introduce the Kenco Polishing Cloth.
    It's soft and it's good to use for polishing...Give it a try and see if u like it.

    I have been using it for wiping and buffing of wax...it gives a very good effect. Another product that's good, but more expensive will be the Mr. Clean polish disposable paper...that, I am still sourcing out.
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    Guys,

    Would like to introduce the Kenco Polishing Cloth.
    It's soft and it's good to use for polishing...Give it a try and see if u like it.

    I have been using it for wiping and buffing of wax...it gives a very good effect. Another product that's good, but more expensive will be the Mr. Clean polish disposable paper...that, I am still sourcing out.
    Yah, saw the Kenco Polishing Cloth at MotorX the other day..... is it washable?
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    anybody got any recommendations for scratch remover?
    those purely remover rather than xyz wax that has minute removing properties. thanks

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