Tip & How-To about Motorcycles
This is a tip on something that I stumbled onto while looking for paint rollers. It can be found at most any hardware store and many other places for just a couple of bucks for a couple of them. This little item will wash a bike in places that were a nightmare to get at with any rag or sponge and other tools marketed fot the purpose. It will get into engine fins as well as under and between crome bars and rails. Louvers are a breeze. It does large areas just as well.
I am talking about the little cheap sponge paint "brushes" that everyone has probably seen.
They come in several different sizes, but I just use the 4" because they cover more area and hold more soapy water or what ever you clean with. I have done my entire 1990 se in less than thirty minutes using a spray can of cleaner with no water.
They have a beveled edge on the end of a sponge mounted to a handle that is about 3/4' dia. This is the minimun clearence you can slide it under for the length of the handle. You can clean areas that you can't even see.
Try it, you will love it and wonder why you never thought of it before.
It should be just as effective on other things with tight fitment.
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