A motorcycle is a precious gem that is close to the heart of a true rider. Because of this, a true rider will always treat his motorcycle with the utmost respect and do his best to keep it in the same condition in which he first saw it. He is going to give the bike the best possible maintenance that he can. Washing and cleaning the motorcycle is the first step that is taken into consideration when performing maintenance on a motorcycle. This step is just as essential as cleaning the carburetor and maintaining the appropriate pressure in the tires. You have to understand that nobody likes a motorcycle that has been covered in dust. A thorough washing and buffing of the motorcycle is required in order to restore the luster it displayed when it was displayed in the showroom. And just so you know, this is not some complicated issue at all. The cleaning of your motorcycle is one of the simplest chores that you are able to complete by yourselves. However, there are some specialized methods and products that, when used in conjunction with the theory of washing your motorcycle, have the potential to give you the best possible results in terms of a shine that will last forever.
Two-wheeler cleaning may seem like a simple two-step process of washing and drying, but the order in which you perform these steps is crucial. Absolutely essential! Rust is the worst-case scenario for any owner of a two-wheeled vehicle, and rust can be caused by improper cleaning.
If you’ve ever cleaned a four-wheeler, you know that washing the body and the windows is all that’s required to restore the vehicle’s gleam. Cleaning a motorcycle, on the other hand, is a lot more work than washing a car. Many of the cables and switches on two-wheelers are exposed, as are the vehicles’ corners and folds. Aside from that, some motorcycles feature an exposed engine, gearbox, and chain, all of which must be cleaned properly.
Riding around with your beloved bicycle covered in grime is not only rude and inconsiderate to your bicycle, but it also wastes valuable energy and money on the road due to increased maintenance needs.
If done properly and safely, using a pressure washer to clean your bike can save you a lot of time and effort compared to using a bucket and sponge.
Polishing and waxing the motorcycle are often mistaken for one another, but this is not the case. Applying polish to a motorcycle’s surface has the same effect as applying moisturizer to your skin; it leaves behind a dry, scratch-resistant finish with a luxurious feel. By giving the whole bike a uniformly shiny finish, polishing completely gets rid of any sign of improper washing.
Polishing a surface evens out the distribution of paint thinner or solvent used to remove small scratches across the surface. Our Cleaners are highly trained to polish your motorcycle with just their clean hands.
We still use a clean cloth, polish it, and then proceed. While a dedicated polish can bring out the shine and make it last longer, a combination of a layer of polish and a layer of wax can give the finish of shine a three-dimensional touch of a thin layer that protects the body panels much more effectively. Our Expert cleaners use a circular motion with their fingers to spread the wax evenly over the motorcycle’s body panels. After checking that the layer is drying, apply it to the remaining pieces in the same manner. A second dry cloth should be used to gently buff the entire surface after the wax has been applied. For best results, we at Whisk Drive use very light pressure when polishing with the cloth, so that wax doesn’t build up in any one spot.
The chain is already covered in oil or grease, which attracts dirt quickly. If this dirty chain goes unwashed for a long time, the clogged dirt may increase friction, causing chain breakage or noise. Use the cleaning solvent on the chain carefully. First, we clean the chain with the help of pressurized water. Water helps the lubricant clean the chain. Then, apply the cleaning solvent over the chain by holding the lubricant spray at the 7 o’clock position below the chain and facing the spray towards the rear sprocket. To evenly apply the solution, we let the chain move forward. After applying the solution evenly, rinse the chain.
While washing your motorcycle, the exhaust is a volatile area. Motorcycle cleaners restore exhaust shine the best. We Rinse the exhaust pipe with pressurized water from the pipe hose, apply the cleaning solvent, and rinse again. After washing the body, dry the exhaust.
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Your car can go through the car wash if its paint has cured. Most vehicle paint jobs need 30 days to cure. Remember that dealership cars are fully repaired. To be sure, consult a local body shop.
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Automated car washes may not remove all road tar or tree sap, depending on its severity. Ask your car wash for a special cleaner (usually provided at an additional charge).